TameYouth is for young people (16-25) in the area who are keen on the outdoors, want to learn new skills, or meet new people! We meet on the 2nd Saturday and 4th Tuesday of each month, and combine practical work with a social aspect. This is a great opportunity to try new things, gain employability skills, enjoy spending time outdoors, and have fun!
Contact Details: Contact Nicola (Youth Engagement Officer) on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07971 912071 for more information!
Join a guided walk through Ladywalk Nature Reserve, and enjoy its spring spectacle: warblers and songbirds, wildflowers, butterflies… This reserve is usually only open to West Midlands Bird Club members, this is your opportunity to discover it!
When: Sunday 28th May, 9:30am-4pm.
Where: Lady Walk Nature Reserve, Faraday Avenue, Hams Hall Distribution Park.
Tame Valley Wetlands and Walk Unlimited are offering a training course on Access Audits for Countryside Sites. This will include:
The different needs of different people. Access audits aren’t just about people with impaired mobility.
How people find out about sites, what information they need and what format it is in (pre-visit audit).
Staff awareness and training
What factors affect how accessible a site is, and how to record them (access audit)
The best way to present the information you have collected to your audience.
The session will take place at Kingsbury Water Park (parking charges may apply) on 6th June and will run from 10:00am until 4:00pm. Please contact Simon. Lowe@wkwt.org.uk for more information and to book a place!
Tame Valley Wetlands are extremely pleased to offer you the chance of attending a one-day course for land managers and consultants to help our hedgehogs by managing greenspaces in the UK with the People’s Trust for Endangered Species. They are a UK Biodiversity Action Plan species and in rapid decline, so join us and HELP these spiky friends out!
This course will be delivered by Derek Crawley and will take place here at our Hams Hall Office, on 1st July 2016. Go to our eventbrite link to book now!
Join us at our Hams Hall office for a day discovering and learning how to identify local birds!
Tame Valley Wetlands and BTO are running two Bird Identification courses 3rd May and 18th May, led by Ed Drewitt. These courses are available at a reduced price of £30 as they are subsidised by TVW. You also get the chance to visit Ladywalk Nature Reserve as part of the day, which runs from 10am-4pm.
The latest Tame Valley Wetlands Activity Guide, covering December 2015 to April 2016, is now available!
You can pick up your free copy from various outlets across the Tame Valley Wetlands (including Kingsbury Water Park) or download it on our events page by clicking here (or by clicking on the image below).
Join Warwickshire Wildlife Trust’s Hedgehog Officer on a search for signs of hedgehogs!
You will learn all about the lives of these enigmatic creatures, the dangers that they are facing and what we can do to help. The taster session will end with a walk to monitor hedgehog survey tunnels and will equip you with the knowledge to run a hedgehog survey of your very own.
Please bring clothing suitable for the weather conditions.
When: Wednesday, 7th October 2015
Where: Hams Hall Environmental Centre, Hams Hall Distribution Park, Off Canton Lane, Coleshill B46 1GA
…well this weekend you can with the Tame Valley Wetlands!
We have two free events on Sunday 9th August where we’ll be exploring the lives of birds and bees in the landscape…
A beginner’s bird identification course with Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, with an introduction at Hams Hall and then a stroll around West Midland Bird Club’s Ladywalk Nature Reserve to see what birds you can spot. Please bring suitable clothing and suncream.
Learn about bees and why they matter, with plenty of fun activities: make your own bee home, go on a bug hunt and see a demonstration hive with live bees! This is a Friends of Kingsbury Water Park event. Please bring suitable clothing and suncream.