On a bright Saturday morning it is time to head to Chelmsford and set up our stand at the Chelmsford Biodiversity Forum event. It is important that we can encourage local people to participate in conservation and be aware of the great biodiversity we have on the reserve and across the county. It also provided an opportunity to gain more members of the RSPB, which is vital to the successful operation of the organisation in these times of economic hardship.
Suzanne graciously battling against the elements and preventing the Old Hall Marshes information board from blowing over
After applying for a role based at the RSPB Eastern Regional HQ, I was invited up to Norwich to attend a gruelling two hour interview. Although unsuccessful this time I wasn’t going to let it put me off!