Saturday 5 MayNightingale 2

9am - 12 noon

Cotswold Water Park


Come and join us on a 2½ mile walk to hear the wonderful voice of the secretive nightingale.

Along the way we will also look out for many kinds of warblers and water birds, and hopefully hear the sound of the cuckoo welcoming in the spring.


Cost: £5/adult & £2/child (Age 8+ only)

Booking essential - call us on 01453 753358

or visit our eco shop, 8 Threadneedle Street, Stroud

Photo : ©  Barbara Wood






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Sunday 13 May

Drop in from 10am to 3pm

Minchinhampton and Rodborough Commons

Be one of the first to see the cattle returning to graze the Commons. We’ll be paying homage to this ancient tradition by bringing together a host of organisations at The Old Lodge to give guided tours and talks about how the cattle are supporting the wildlife on the Commons.



Photo : © Deb Roberts

FREE event

The event is jointly organised with Stroud Valleys Project and National Trust.


Friday 18 MayBats AdEd 2015

8.30pm - 10.30pm

Encounter Stroud’s many incredible types of bats with a local expert. We will listen for bats using bat detectors, and will hope to spot some flying.

Bring warm clothes and a torch.

The Museum will be open until 11pm.

Cost : £5/adult & £2/child

SVP Friends : £4/adult & £2/child

Booking essential - call us on 01453 753358

or visit our eco shop, 8 Threadneedle Street, Stroud



Fri evening 18 May : 7.30pm 9.30pm Great Crested  Newt

Sat morning 19 May : 7.30am - 9am


On Friday evening a number of bottle traps will be set in the two ponds on-site at the old dew pond and the main breeding pond.

If the weather is favourable a torch lamp survey will also be carried out for both ponds.

On Saturday morning the bottle traps will be emptied and a survey count will be taken before releasing any newts or pond life found.

FREE event - donations welcomed

Booking essential as numbers are limited - call us on 01453 753358

or visit our eco shop, 8 Threadneedle Street, Stroud





Saturday 2 JuneSeedling

SVP Eco Shop


Do you have any spare or unwanted seedlings? Give them a good home through the Stroud Valleys Project’s seedling swap/sale. Bring along any seedlings that you have spare and exchange them for others. Both vegetable and flower varieties welcome.

Even if you don’t have any seedlings to swap, you can still take some for a donation. It’s a great way to meet other gardeners and to share advice and knowledge.




Stroud Valleys Project is a limited company,
registered in England and Wales.    

Registered number: 2224016    

Registered charity number: 900107

Stroud Valleys Project,
8 Threadneedle Street,

Tel: 01453 753358

Fax: 01453 755641


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