On 23rd September 2021, the Lieutenancy of Hertfordshire had a wonderful visit in the sunshine to the Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust. They were shown around the Kings Mead Nature Reserve just outside Ware, after an introduction by the CEO Lesley Davis, escorted by Mike Masters the Chair, with Sir Simon Bowes-Lyon their President as part of the Lieutenancy party.
Keen to establish links with the community and to see a reversal in the decline of species and habitats, the Trust has over 40 sites in Hertfordshire and works with schools, youth groups and charities.
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Lesley Davis said, “We are really keen to hear from anyone who has land where natural habitats could be created or restored, and anyone with links to community organisations with whom we could work. We’ve recently worked with organisations like Herts Carers and the Dementia Society, along with schools and youth groups and are very keen to work with a wide variety of the community. “