Our events

Helping local communities learn more about conservation

Are you interested in conservation? We organise a range of free community events for people of all ages, to showcase the wildlife at our beautiful nature reserves and the work we’re doing to protect it.

Take a look at what’s coming up and book your place by emailing our Engagement Ranger, Tracy Gray.


Heritage conservation

Saturday 25 January 2020 2019, 1pm – 3pm

An opportunity for the local community to help with the conservation of the reserve. Learn about the reserve, how it is managed and explore ways in which you can help volunteer.

Booking essential. Not suitable for dogs.

Book your place by emailing our Engagement Ranger, Tracy Gray.

Walking Level: Moderate

What do I need? Please bring binoculars if you have them.

Who? This event is suitable for all members of the local community, professionals, students, and volunteers

Where? Meet at Broomhill Flash nature reserve car park, Everill Gate Lane, Broomhill


Heritage walk

Sunday 26 January 2020, 1pm – 3pm

This walk takes you from the ancient village of Darfield on a circular walk to discover the unique beauty and wildlife of the nature reserve. This is a moderate walk, with lots of resting stops along the way to view the wildlife.

Booking essential. Dogs welcome on leads.

Book your place by emailing our Engagement Ranger, Tracy Gray.

Walking Level: Moderate

What do I need? Please bring binoculars if you have them.

Who? This event is suitable for all members of the local community, professionals, students, volunteers.

Where? Meet outside of the grounds of All Saints Church, Darfield, Church Street, Darfield, Barnsley, S73 9JX.


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