Sunday December 16th
In the Cabin
All welcome to come along from 10:30 til 16:00
Members please bring food to share
Non alcoholic mulled wine and soup in the cabin
Non members welcome to come along, please bring a donation
Please vote for us on the Aviva website and get all your contacts to help too. Put us on your Facebook page, tweet about us, pester your parish, rattle your relatives, whine at your dog walkers, grumble to your granny, worry your workmates. Go on – just do it!! We’ll all be really grateful – especially David!
Here’s the link: https://community-fund.aviva.co.uk/voting/project/view/4-659
Cromwell Bottom Wildlife Group is very grateful to Calderdale Council Community Grants for a grant to support our work on the reserve during 2017
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Thank you for visiting Cromwell Bottom Nature Reserve website
Our Nature Reserve is designed to bring wildlife back into the Calderdale area.
Created on old Gravel Pits it was filled in a good few years back. It is a recognised fly-way for many species of wildfowl and waders on migration flying over the Pennines. We have many habitats, Lagoon, Wet Woodland, Meadows, Bird Viewing Area, Woodland with hundreds of Orchids, Canal and The River Calder. We are very close to other amenities in Brighouse and Elland.
The Reserve is suitable for all abilities, we have over a mile of wheelchair access. We run days for children, Bird watching, Pond dipping. There is information of latest sightings on the reserve, forthcoming events, educational information and information on how you can become a volunteer or friend of Cromwell Bottom Nature Reserve. We have a car park and also toilets and refreshments are available on open/work days.
If you have any comments, suggestions or questions, we would love to hear from you so please email us at CromwellBottom@gmail.com
Admission to the Reserve is FREE! and we are open 24/7