Green and Healthy Rugby: Newbold

Green and Health Rugby offers local people the chance to get out and get active on our reserves, whilst learning new skills and meeting new people.

Do you live in Newbold and fancy living a wilder life? Ever wanted to learn a new skill? Meet local like minded people? Help wildlife? Or maybe you just appreciate a good cup of tea in the great outdoors! If so, Warwickshire Wildlife Trust are setting up a new work party at Newbold Quarry.

Warwickshire Wildlife Trust has been supported by Warwickshire Public health to deliver 10 taster sessions at Newbold Quarry reserve in Rugby. Sessions are held fortnightly on Tuesdays 10am - 1pm, from September to February. Over the winter months we will work on a number of practical tasks to care for the reserve.

Tasks can be adapted for all abilities and no previous experience is required as all training will be provided. For more information contact or just drop in on the day. 

Next date planned is:
20th February

Wondering what you'll get out of joining the new work party? Here's some quotes from our volunteers! 

“I enjoyed this morning, I just love being in the woods.” Cock Robin Wood Volunteer
“I’m thoroughly enjoying being part of the team and starting the week in the fresh air. I just feel better!” Cock Robin Wood Volunteer
“I feel great having done something active all morning and I enjoy doing it outside, regardless of the rain!” Swift Valley Volunteer.
“I’m looking forward to retirement even more when I can dedicate more time to this project. I’m keen to keep active once I retire and learn more about reserve management” Swift Valley Volunteer

A Green and Healthy Rugby project is funded by Warwickshire Public Health and supported by Rugby Council.

Funded by Warwickshire County Council

Supported by Rugby Borough Council