Friends Of The Hook (FrOTH)

Friends of the Hook Open Day

Free drop-in event at All Hallows' Church Hall, 16th March

See poster for more details.

Friends Of The Hook  aim to support the use and management of the Hook area of Lady Bay 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.

You can find us on Facebook at

Information about the Hook and the Friends group is also available at

Or email Jane Browne at [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 examples of their work and here is their archive - they've been at it for a while now.

The FrOTH AGM will be held at 7-00pm on the 9th May 2023 in the Breckles Hall.  Everyone welcome.

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!