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ENVIROFAIR 24 - Exhibitors

Don't forget - ENVIROFAIR 24 - Saturday 1st June - Williams Hall, Stoke St Gregory - 10 am till 4 pm

These are some of the organisations who will be waiting to greet you. More next week!


Somerset Beekeepers’ Association (SBKA) was set up in 1906 to advance the craft of apiculture and to promote general awareness and understanding of honey bees and holds true to its founding principles today. The provide training, promote best practice and offer advice, support and education to beekeepers and the public.


Based on the Somerset Levels, Brew Planet are on a mission to get people feeling, looking and becoming happier in themselves. Not only are all their products strictly ethically sourced, using planet-friendly technologies and techniques; they have an attitude that says no to environmentally damaging products and yes to putting wealth back into our planet’s health.


Climate Action Taunton

Sharing ideas and concerns about Climate Change



Dykes Farm is an organic, family run, dairy farm situated in the village of Stoke St Gregory with land on the ridge and low lying levels. Grass is grown to feed the herd of 70 holstein friesian, black and white cows. The cows graze the fields in the summer months and are fed on grass silage and hay during the winter, when they are housed.

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Sharandys Birds of Prey. Sharandy’s Bird Sanctuary will be giving us two sessions of their ‘Owl Experience’. Sharandys Birds of Prey Centre in Chard is both a unique visitor attraction and a raptor rescue centre. With dozens of resident birds and animals and countless sick and injured rescues, it is a veritable hive of activity. A great way to learn about these amazing birds and the work of the centre.

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RSPB Located in the Somerset Levels and Moors, the West Sedgemoor reserve is part of England's largest remaining wet meadow system. As such, it is home to large populations of breeding waders in the summer and wildfowl in winter.

Secret World Wildlife Rescue (SWWR) exists to relieve the suffering of British wildlife and to encourage respect and tolerance for wildlife. They do this by providing a rescue, rehabilitation and release service for injured, sick and orphaned wildlife; inspiring learning and sharing information about British wildlife and delivering professional training

Somerset Waste Partnership. The Fixy representative will be, promoting volunteer-run repair groups and opportunities to get involved. They will also be accepting donations of unwanted smart tech for reuse, including laptops, tablets, mobile phones, digital cameras and other smart devices – data will be securely wiped by Donate IT before items are passed back into the community.

Somerset Wildlife Trust Their work over the decades has slowed the rate at which species have been lost, and has protected important habitats in Somerset but we must now take a more radical and urgent approach and involve many more people in acting locally for nature’s recovery. Small things add up to make a difference. But the challenges nature is facing are vast, so we are all going to have to think bigger, think bolder and take more action together to have the impact that’s needed.


Somerset Wildlands is developing a network of sites throughout the Levels. Each of these will be managed in as light-touch a way as is possible allowing nature to take the lead, and each will be subtly different. Rather than one big rewilded estate, over time this will create numerous ‘wild stepping stones’ - providing refuges and diversity within the overall landscape, and adding something to the existing mix of managed nature reserves and farmland.

Do come and meet them

Williams Hall, Stoke St Gregory, TA3 6HA

10 am - 4 pm Saturday 3rd June 2023

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