Friends Of The Hook (FrOTH)

Friends Of The Hook  aim to support the use and management of the Hook, Lady Bay site as a designated Local Nature Reserve by protecting, maintaining and enhancing it for the benefit of the local community and for flora and fauna.  They are a voluntary organisation, working with Nottinghamshire Wildlife and Rushcliffe Borough Council.

Information about the Hook and the Friends group is available at www.friendsofthehook.org.uk

You can find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/friendsofthehook

Or email Sam Hudson [email protected] for information, or to raise an issue about the Hook that you would like the Friends committee to discuss.  Volunteers are always welcome - see below for opportunities.

FroTH benefits from Co-op Community funding

Friends of the Hook benefit from the Co op community funding  'Protecting and enhancing Our Environment', which will run until  September 2020.

If you are a member of the Co-op, you can, on line, allocate your Co-op community funding to Friends of the Hook.

Friends of the Hook Canal Clearing

conservation action afternoons

If you would like to become involved then join our Conservation action afternoons; meet at the Mona Road entrance to the Hook at 2.00 p.m. on the first Sunday of each month, look out for the signs!