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WALC Diary 2017, 2018

Please scroll down to see WALC Work Days, Walks, Talks
and other Events

WALC Committee Meetings and Events

Next WALC Committee Meeting To Be Announced


WALC Work Days

WALC need more people to become involved, so, if you enjoy the Commons,
please come along and volunteer to be on the committee and/or join our working groups.
It doesn't take up too much time, and you would be helping to preserve
the Commons for the good of local residents and wildlife.

Work Days on the Common
With WALC and Sheffield Conservation Volunteers


Midweek workdays are
Cancelled for the time being

Sunday 11th February 2018 10am to 3pm
Birch scrub removal

Meet at Rural Lane Car Park, 10am
tools and gloves provided, 2348425


Sunday 25th February 2018, 10am to 3pm
Birch scrub removal

Meet at Rural Lane Car Park, 10am
tools and gloves provided, 2348425


WALC Talks & Walks

All our talks are in Wadsley Church Hall, Worrall Rd. at 7.30pm
Free refreshments, which usually include
delicious home made cake, and a cup of tea or coffee.


Monday January 29th 2018
A Virtual Tour of Sheffield’s Botanical Gardens.
An illustrated talk from Peter and Trish Kohn,
who are friends of the Botanical Gardens and work there as volunteers.
Entrance fee of £4.00 members, £4.50 visitors.
Includes cake and refreshments.


Saturday February 17th 2018
Birds in Winter.
A walk led by John Robinson,

meet at 9am in the Rural Lane car park.
About 2 hours, return to car park at any time.
Tel 2348472
Sorry, no dogs.


Monday February 26th 2018
Tales of the Riverbank

A beautifully illustrated talk by wild life photographer, Steve Drinkall,
which includes Water Voles to Snakes, and Dragon Flies to Kingfishers.
Entrance fee £3.50 members, £4.00 visitors
Includes cake and refreshments.


Monday March 26th 2018
Tudor Garden Styles
By Maureen Taylor

An entertaining talk with artefacts passed around, pictures on screen,
and presented in character costume of the period.
Entrance fee £3.50 members, £4.00 visitors
Includes cake and refreshments.


Sunday 6th May 2018
Dawn Chorus Walk.
A walk led by John Robinson,
meet at 5am in the Rural Lane car park.
About 2 hours, return to car park at any time.
Tel 2348472
Sorry, no dogs.