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NO COMMITMENT REQUIRED and all events FREE with equipment supplied where necessary.

Just come along to any of our activities and give it a try!

Saturday 14th May 10.30amBuddleia Hunt along the foreshore followed by planting, hopefully, and then a wildflower survey of the wild flower verge. Bring a bucket and a spade, fork or trowel! If you have any! Meet at the Black Mill, Hessle Foreshore.

Saturday 4th June 10.30am - Himalayan Balsam weeding and Log Pile Timber Tidy followed by a wildflower survey of the wildflower verge. Meet at the Black Mill, Hessle Foreshore or later at the seasonal pond.


Wednesday 6th July 7pm - Orchid Count followed by a wildflower survey of the wild flower verge. Meet at the Black Mill, Hessle Foreshore.

Everyone is welcome to join us at any of our events, although any children under 16 should be accompanied by an adult.

Previous activities have included: Conservation Activities, Wildlife Spotting and Surveys, Creating Trails and Panels, Workshops and Talks

Contact us by email: fohbcp_secretary@yahoo.co.uk for further information or to be added to our email list. Find us on facebook

Friends of the Humber Bridge Country Park

We are a group of volunteers interested in the welfare of this Local Nature Reserve located on the North bank of the River Humber adjacent to Hessle Foreshore just west of Hull. Here you will find a haven for people and wildlife set amongst woods, meadows and ponds.

Our Purpose...

is to protect the Humber Bridge Country Park environment as a natural piece of countryside where animals and plants can flourish whilst allowing the public access to enjoy the beautiful surroundings.

Please join us at our conservation activities and/or indoor meetings. Everyone welcome!

Biologists, geologists, artists, dog walkers, joggers, bird watchers, picnickers, students, and people generally who simply like to visit the countryside are attracted to its varied landscape.

Towering cliffs, ponds, meadows, glades and different woodlands are brought together by an interesting network of country paths.

Indeed the varied scenery has given rise to some local nicknames to particular areas like “Little Switzerland” and “Dinosaur Swamps” – although not many people have seen dinosaurs recently!