First published in 2011, the 8 Walk Maps and River Ver Trail leaflet have recently had a well-deserved makeover. Now’s the perfect time to discover the River Ver using this
Wood & Water: improving chalk stream habitat with trees. 7pm-8pm Tuesday 30 November 2021. A recording of this talk is now available here.Mike Blackmore, Wessex Rivers Trust, will explain why
What you can do.There have been numerous reports of pollution in the Ver and Red in the past year – all sorts from uncharacteristic bubbles on the surface, to the
Saturday 6th November 11.30am – 1.00pm. Meet St Albans District Council offices and walk to the Clock Tower. We care about our world, our environment and of course our precious
Thursday 21st October 7pm. To get us back in line with the Society’s constitution, it’s two AGMs in one year! The evening will feature reports from the Chairman and Officers
Join Kate Bretherton, curator of ‘The Remarkable World of Trees’ exhibition and John Pritchard, Chairman of the Society, on a walk along the Ver looking at riverside trees and considering
Finally, the news is out that 150 water voles have been released on the River Ver – into an area that they haven’t been seen in for over 30 years.
NOW FULL. Reserve list only. Tuesday 24th August 8pm – c10pm, meet 8.00pm on the bridge near Ye Olde Fighting Cocks. To book please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.
Join Archaeologist and Pre-historian Wendy Morrison on a walk through 8000 years of human activity in a chalk stream valley and see what humans have made of the landscape. We’ll
Guest Speaker: Steve Brooks, Natural History Museum Entomologist and Riverfly Partnership Chairman – The Ecology and Biology of Riverflies MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME. Book your FREE place at our webinar