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THANK YOU!

Posted On: 20 Dec 2019   |   Posted By: Bristol Natural History Consortium

THANK YOU!

We can't believe 2019 is almost over already! As the new decade swings into view we wanted to say a MASSIVE thank you to all our amazing partners, volunteers, exhibitors, delegates, participants and everyone else for making the very most of all our programmes in 2019!
It's a been a huge year at NHC towers, so here's a breakdown in numbers...
40,000 visitors to Festival of Nature 31,131 Actions for Nature recorded at Festival of Nature 22,981 people are more aware of what they can do to help Nature 15,360 observations were made for City Nature Challenge 1,484 different species were recorded during City Nature Challenge 1,000 residents took part in City Nature Challenge 191 delegates and speakers at Communicate 2019: Riding Waves, Changing Worlds 151 people trained in biological recording during Skills for Wildlife 150 people used the worlds first digital environmental festival 101 amazing volunteers helped across all Natural History Consortium programmes 59 organisations took part in Festival of Nature 50...

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