Local Wildlife Trust members are once again running the Ruddington Spring Fair to help raise funds to support the work of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust in Rushcliffe and elsewhere in the county. This includes management of local nature reserves (Bunny Wood, Skylarks, Wilwell Farm Cutting and Wilford Clay Pits); supporting local ‘Friends of Groups’ like Sharphill Wood and The Hook; engaging with local landowners through the Blue Butterfly, Bird Bed and Breakfast and Badger Vaccination schemes; and landscape scale conservation down the Trent Valley.
The Spring Fair will take place on Saturday 20 May at St Peter’s Rooms in Ruddington from 9.30am to 12noon, and will be selling a range of plants, cakes, second hand CDs, DVDs and vinyl records.
Can you help?
Do you have any old CDs, DVDs or vinyl records that you could donate to the Spring Fair? Last year’s event raised around £1,500 for Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, so every little helps! You can contact Gordon Dyne on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0115 878 4842 to arrange collection of your unwanted items.