Prestwood Nature Membership


The newsletter is now published four times a year.   The latest version is sent by email to all members.

Earlier issues of the newsletter are available for anyone to download from the Newsletter Archive

Annual Reports

Annual Reports from 2005 and AGM Minutes from 2011 are available here to download.


The Prestwood Nature constitution can be downloaded here.

Privacy Policy

Click here to view the Prestwood Nature privacy policy

We now have a secure on-line membership system powered by MemberMojo.

If you are already a member of Prestwood Nature you will be able to sign in,  update your information if necessary and renew your subscription when it is due.

It will not be necessary for you to register,  you will be able to sign in using a “magic link” emailed to you.

Subscription payments will be made on-line by credit or debit card.

If you would like to join Prestwood Nature you will be able to sign up directly within this web site by pressing the button below.

Benefits of Membership

  • Support your local nature conservation group
  • Receive the Prestwood Nature Newsletter four times a year
  • Come to our regular walks and talks on wildlife and the environment
  • Find out more about the wildlife in the area
  • Learn how you may help to protect the local environment
  • Take part in Prestwood Nature conservation projects if you wish

Membership of Prestwood Nature costs £10 per year which covers all family members living at the same address.


The Queen's Award

In 2010,  Prestwood Nature was awarded the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service.

The Award consists of two items, a beautiful glass obelisk and a plaque signed by Her Majesty.

Prestwood Nature do not own any premises in which these can be displayed so each year the items are given over for safe keeping to one of the members who have given exceptional service to the association.

This year the award has gone jointly to Colin and Hazel Tyler. 

A former Treasurer of Prestwood Nature, Colin has been a major force at Boug’s Meadow: building and repairing benches, mowing and maintaining paths and contributing at volunteer sessions in all manner of ways. He has also supported the growth of wildflowers in Kiln Common Orchard through his careful mowing of the site, as well as building a compost bin. He frequently contributes excellent photos of sightings for use on the website and Facebook posts.

Hazel has been instrumental in developing the wildflower meadow at Boug’s, advising on seeding, scarifying and supplementary planting as well as communicating regular news of flora and fauna, thereby encouraging the wider volunteer community. She also has been actively involved at both the Pollinator-Friendly Garden and Kiln Common Orchard. Prestwood Nature thanks them both for their service.

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