Wednesdays from 9th June 2021

Stroud Valleys Project are giving carers a chance to take a break and spend some time in nature.Carers in Nature

On Wednesdays from 9th June 2021 you can come along and join us for a themed nature exploration followed by some practical activities to support conservation efforts in your local area. Maybe you could join a wildflower walk, make a sound map of bird song or carry out a butterfly survey.

Contact Stroud Valleys Project for full details of our weekly schedule and to reserve your place. Join us once, every week, or as and when you can. All sessions are provided free of charge.

Suitable for all ages and abilities. No prior experience or knowledge required.


For more information or to reserve a place, call us on (01453) 753358.

Wednesday 16th June between 10am and 4pmPrinknash 1

For those who are in need of a private, quiet space to get out and about and enjoy nature.

Come along and enjoy this beautiful location, perhaps completing our self-guided spring nature trail, our mindfulness trail, or simply enjoying the peace and quiet in this beautiful valley.

The space is available for the exclusive use of single households or groups of up to 6 people.

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Tiger Moth - DRoberts

Saturday 17 July 2021

10am to 12noon





Photo credit: Deb Roberts

Butterfly Conservation and Stroud Valleys Project are working together on this event to find out about the butterflies and moths of Prinknash Abbey and explore the nectar garden that has been planted there.

We will look at the types of butterflies attracted to people’s gardens during our visit to the Prinknash butterfly nectar garden.  We will carefully set moth traps overnight and we hope we will see many wonderful and varied moths. We will draw on Bob and Sue’s extensive knowledge of butterflies and moths to tell you all about them.

Please observe social distancing, bring masks and use hand sanitiser.

Cost : £10/adult in advance, children from same adult bubble are free.

To pay, and for more info:

Stroud Valleys Project 01453 753358 or visit our eco shop,

8 Threadneedle Street, Stroud, GL5 1AF



Tree guide SPark

The new map and guide for Stroud's iconic Arboretum has been published. The inside of the guide, including the map, is available to download here:

pdfStratford Park Tree Guide2.14 MB 



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Stroud Valleys Project is a limited company,
registered in England and Wales

Registered number: 2224016    

Registered charity number: 900107


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