OUR INDOOR MEETINGS are held in the Totley Library and start at 7.30pm. There will be publicity advertising these events in the local press, on the website, emailed out and on posters located at various sites around Totley and in the Wood. All are very welcome to come along and join us. If you would like to offer to help with these in any way, please do get in touch with the Secretary: fogwsecretary@gmail.com


 Sunday 31 July:  Fun family event between 1.00 - 3.00 pm! Drop in to our stream dipping with SCC Ranger Nell and Sorby Natural History Society and FOGW expert Paul. Meet in Totley Brook where the bridge to Woodthorpe Hall crosses the main footpath. Equipment provided but as this is a hands on event, you can bring your own but please wear wellies. Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult. This is a free event. Please email the secretary at fogwsecretary@gmail.com for further information.


Saturday 3 September: 8.00 pm. An evening walk in the woods looking and listening for bats with local expert Dave Gash.  Meet at the bottom of Totley Hall Lane. 


Sunday 25 September: 10.00 am. Practical Conservation. Meet at Baslow Road bus terminus. 


Sunday 23 October: 8.30 am Small Mammal Trapping survey. Meet at the bottom of Totley Hall Lane. We’ll check the traps from over-night to inspect and safely release any voles, mice, or any other small mammals that may have been caught.  A family event open to all.


Monday 24 October: 7.30 pm in Totley Library.  An illustrated talk by FOGW member Stuart Davies about his work as a volunteer with the Peak District National Park. 


Saturday 29 October: 10.00 am. Practical Conservation


Monday 5 December: 7.30 pm. in Totley Library. An illustrated talk by Professor Ian Rotherham

Coming Soon (see Events page for details):


Sunday 31 July:  Fun family event 


Saturday 3 September: an evening walk


Sunday 25 September: Practical Conservation


Sunday October 23: Small Mammal Trapping with Val Clinging


Monday 24 October: illustrated talk by FOGW member Stuart Davies.


Saturday 29 October: Practical Conservation


Monday 5 December: illustrated talk by Professor Ian Rotherham