Saving Oxfords Wetland Wildlife Events

Saving Oxfords Wetland Wildlife is a Freshwater Habitats Trust project funded by Thames Water and TOE2 to help:

  • Maximise environmental and community benefit of the Oxford Flood Alleviation Scheme
  • Create a major new wetland greenspace on the west side of Oxford for people and wildlife

The Oxford area is a national hotspot for freshwater biodiversity. This project is raising awareness of Oxford's freshwater wildlife through a series of free public talks and guided visits to some of the city's most special wetland sites. 

  • Tuesday 12th March, 6:30pm-8pm, Talk by Dr Judy Webb: ‘The Oxfordshire Fens: saving the rarest habitat in England’ at Exeter Hall, Kidlington. Book here.
  • Saturday 23rd March, 10am-1pm, Guided walk of Pinkhill Meadow Nature Reserve with Penny Williams, Freshwater Habitats Trust. Book here.
  • Monday 25th March, 6:30pm-8pm, Talk by Stuart Manwaring, EA Fisheries Technical Specialist: ‘Oxford’s Fish Communities’at Farmoor Village Hall. Book here.

Poster (pdf)

For more information: or contact Francesca Dunn

Posted: March 5, 2019