Henley Wildlife group has been amalgamated into Henley in
Transition as its wildlife arm.
Work parties will continue as before.
for the HWG website - which will be combined with this
site in the near future
The main aim of the Henley Wildlife Group is to improve Henley's
open spaces for wildlife. We have a licence agreement with
the Town Council to manage some areas on Mill Meadows for
wildlife, and we are working on returning a small part of
the Meadows to wet flower-rich meadow and reed bed, an example
of the type of vegetation which would once have been common
along the banks of the Thames.
Regular work parties take place at Mill Meadows and other
local sites. We generally work from 9:30am until about 12:30pm,
with a break at mid-morning when refreshments are provided.
The work is never too arduous and they are generally pleasant
and sociable occasions.
No previous experience is necessary and tools are provided.
Tough clothes and stout footwear are recommended.