- Narroways Work Day 11 November 2017 at 10:30 am – 12:30 pm Narroways Hill, by the bench Spend a couple of hours on Narroways Hill, helping with conservation work. Spare tools (secateurs, shears, loppers etc.) and gloves will be available, but do bring your own if you've got them. All welcome!
- Narroways Management Meeting 13 November 2017 at 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm Miner's Arms, Mina Road Usual management and business meeting for friends, supporters and anyone who wants to get involved. All welcome.
- Narroways Work Day 9 December 2017 at 10:30 am – 12:30 pm Narroways Hill, by the bench Spend a couple of hours on Narroways Hill, helping with conservation work. Spare tools (secateurs, shears, loppers etc.) and gloves will be available, but do bring your own if you've got them. All welcome!
Category Archives: Community
Energised volunteer morning on 7 October thanks to the good folk of Good Gym. They transferred railway sleeper to the top of Narroways Hill (kindly donated by Joe Brickley) , cleared Buddleia cuttings dumped on Church Field and built up … Continue reading
On 12th January 2016 Narroways Millennium Green became an official Local Nature Reserve (LNR). Before then it was just a ‘Site of Nature Conservation interest’ (SNCI), which has a lower level of protection. It has been a major goal of … Continue reading
Narroways is holding a joint event with St Werburghs City Farm as part of the Bristol99 Project on Sunday 13 July 2014. The event runs from 10:30am until 3:00pm. The day will include nature walks led by leading local naturalists, … Continue reading
Narroways Hill is used occasionally by other groups but the trustees should be contacted (via St.Werburghs City Farm or our email address) for any Organised Group Activities (beyond the usual dog walking, blackberrying, picnicing, sledging, didgeridoo playing, small discrete fireworks party sort … Continue reading
This summer, Bristol City Council tried to impose urban street lighting along all the footpaths by Narroways with no consultation of local residents and organisations. With the support of local councillor Jon Rogers we gained a consultation period during which … Continue reading