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Current News

Reading University Environmental Surveys - spring 2017

Second Community orchard planted in Laurel Park

Help Needed for Reading University Nest Box Study

Celebrating Ten Years of the Earley Environmental Group

Community orchard planted in Earley

A Residents view of the new mast in Redhatch Copse

Reading University Garden Mosquito Study needs volunteer gardens

Sibly Hall - Telecomms Mast Update March 2013

Orchids saved from the mowers

Record your flora and fauna sightings online

EEG talk, walk and photos on Lichens

Reading University seeks budding bee keepers

Reading RSPB Group celebrates 25 years

Free garden pond from Reading University

Reading University Sibly Hall - Planning Applications Submitted

Paul and Linda's Great Adventure

Weather forecasting with Maiden Erlegh School

Report & photos from Paices Wood walk

New Grassroots Grant for 2010

Earley wild flower survey - come and join in

How to collect your own flower seeds

Sibley Hall and Redhatch Copse Redevelopment

Reading University wants volunteers for research project into feeding garden birds

Making your road an EASI-street: join the volunteers who are clearing litter from Earley!

Dawn Chorus 2010 at Dinton Pastures

Berkshire Ornithological Club - Volunteers wanted

Big Garden Birdwatch 2010 Results

New nature reserve in Barkham

The 'Current News' items above will take you to current news items available on the website. Most of the pages will contain information concerning environmental issues in the Earley area in which you may be able to take part. For example there may be details on surveys being done in the area which you may be able to help out with.

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