Dates for your diary
20th April 2018:
Ian Webb, from the Wildlife Trust will be talking about the local sites that they supervise. 7:30 in Townley Memorial Hall, Fulbourn.
24th June 2018:
Fulbourn Feast, organised by Fulbourn Forum. WRPS will have a stand. Details to be confirmed.
1st July 2018:
Wilbraham River Walk, details to be confirmed.
Wilbraham River rises at The Temple Spring in Great Wilbraham, flowing under the bridge on Wilbraham Road, up onto the common, across Hawk Mill Farm continuing on to Quy, Anglesey Abbey and beyond. Its banks provide delightful riverside walks for the enjoyment of local people. Two Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) abut the river – Great Wilbraham Common and Wilbraham Fen. Part of the river is also a County Wildlife Site.
Survey of the Wilbraham River
A section of the Wilbraham River from its source at Temple Springs, downstream to where it crosses the A1303, was surveyed using the National Rivers Authority (NRA) standard River Corridor Survey methods. Staff and volunteers from The Cambridgeshire Wildlife Trust, on behalf of the Wilbraham River Protection Society (WRPS), carried out the survey. Click here to access the survey
Wilbraham River Protection Society
If you are interested in the river and would like to become a “Friend” of the Society please contact the Chairman, Brian Jackson at C.882362 or firstname.lastname@example.org or our Secretary, Rebecca Lomas at C 811189 or email@example.com with contact details.
Click on the link below for an interesting article about WRPS which originally appeared in The Wilbrahams’ Warbler