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Berkshire Science and Environment

The Berkshire Archaeology Research Group

Volunteer group created to study the archaeology of Berkshire. Also provides quarterly meetings and visits, lectures about Berkshire archaeology, and opportunities for exploring a wide range of archaeological techniques.

Berkshire Archaeology Society

Offers details of this society's activities and day school, with photographs, newsletter and access to an online journal.

Berkshire Conservation Volunteers

Carrying out voluntary environmental work on local nature reserves. Includes current task lists, reports, details of social events and photographs.

Berkshire Geoconservation Group

A volunteer group working with local authorities, landowners and the general public to conserve the landscape and promote understanding of its geology and geodiversity.

The Berkshire Mammal Group

Formed in December 2010 with the aim to bring people together with a shared interest in mammals. Run a programme of indoor talks and other outdoor events.

Berkshire Moth Group

A group dedicated to moth recording and conservation in the county.

Bracknell Forest Natural History Society

Undertakes a range of activities from local surveys, undertaking, and advising on, practical management of open spaces for the benefit of wildlife and running projects on particular plants or animals.

Elm Farm Research Centre

An international research, advisory and educational organisation based in the village of Hamstead Marshall near Newbury.

Greenham and Crookham Conservation Volunteers

Provides information on the work of this volunteer group, focusing on the Greenham and Crookham common areas, including land that was formerly Greenham Common Airbase.

Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp

Provides a brief history of the protest that ran from 1981–2000, and an account of the commemorative site created in its place.

Greenham: A Common Inheritance

West Berkshire Council site provides extensive information on the history, significance and natural environment of Greenham and Crookham Commons.

Greenlink Berkshire

Details a network of local environmental and conservation groups aiming to preserve Berkshire's environment and encourage sustainable growth.

Hedge And Woodland Conservationists

A small group of local enthusiasts who meet regularly in the winter to coppice woodland and lay hedges primarily in the Bracknell and Wokingham area.

Moor Copse Nature Reserve

Forms a part of the Sulham and Tidmarsh Woods and Meadows Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), fringing the River Pang. Presens details of the reserve's management and history, with fauna lists.

Moor Green Lakes Group

Established in 1993 as an organisation to help manage the Moor Green Lakes Nature Reserve.

Padworth Common

Padworth Common nature reserve is a tranquil haven for wildlife with heathland, woodland, ponds and alder-lined gullies.

Swan Support

A swan rehabilitation centre rescuing, treating and caring for sick and injured swans within the Thames Valley and surrounding areas.

West Berkshire Green Exchange

Meets quarterly to allow West Berkshire's green and sustainability groups to network and share information. Workshops are also held and cover a range of topics that will help your community meet its sustainability needs.


Supplies information on Berkshire's wildlife and biodiversity, including lists of local conservation groups, FAQ and information on how to get involved.

Windsor and Maidenhead Conservation Volunteers

Run a programme of tasks and social events throughout the year.

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