This Saturday, March 11th, we will be at Centenary Field from 10am – 12pm building hibernacula, and we’d love for you to join us!
Hibernacula are small safe spaces for reptiles and amphibians to hunt, hide, and hibernate in. By installing some hibernacula at Centenary Field, we hope to encourage and support the native reptiles and amphibians who live in Frampton Cotterell alongside us.
If you would like to come along and learn to make hibernacula, join us from 10am at Centenary Field on Saturday the 11th of March. If you have work gloves and a spade, please bring them with you, but we do have a few spares which can be borrowed! Make sure to wear sturdy shoes and clothes appropriate for the weather.
Everyone welcome, including well behaved dogs! Under 16s should be accompanied by a guardian.
If you’d like more information, email our Climate & Nature Office on email@example.com . You can also sign up to our Climate & Nature Volunteer Mailing list.
We hope to see you there on Saturday!