About South East Essex Local Group

The RSPB South East Essex Local Group supports the RSPB in carrying out the Society’s objectives in the Thames Estuary area. The RSPB is the UK’s largest nature conservation charity, inspiring everyone to give nature a home. Together with our partners, we protect threatened birds and wildlife so our towns, coast and countryside will teem with life once again. We also play a leading role in a worldwide partnership of nature conservation organisations.

We have an active, lively and friendly local group and we are always looking to recruit new members and would welcome anyone wishing to join us. Please see the Get Involved page to see how you can join and help us raise funds to contribute to projects undertaken by the RSPB so that we can support our local and national wildlife and support the ‘Giving Nature a Home’ campaign. Contact us for further information.

Our Committee members:

Group Leader
Graham Mee
Tel: (01702) 525152

Jan Bradley

Membership Secretary
Sarah Hemingway
Email: membership.rspbseelg@gmail.com

Indoor Meeting Secretary
Jenny Reeder
Tel: (01702) 611536

Walks Organiser
Steve Sanford
Tel: (01702) 258957

Independent Lady Birders (ILB’s)
Self-help and support group for single ladies with an interest in wildlife.
Kris Mee
Tel: (01702) 525152

To send us a message please use the contact form here

Please note that the Local RSPB Group is a conservation organisation and, as such, we do not deal with animal welfare. If you find an abandoned, sick or injured bird or baby animal you can call the South Essex Wildlife Hospital on 01375 893893 for advice on what to do – visit their website at: http://southessexwildlife.org/. You can also call the Southend RSPCA office on (01702) 290889.

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