Water vole

Water vole (c) Tom Marshall

Water Voles and Invasive Non-native Species Conference 2019

Location: Affinity Water, Tamblin Way, Hatfield, Herts, AL10 9EZ
Fully booked
**FULLY BOOKED** We are now running a waitlist for this conference (contact details below).

Event details


6.15pm - 9.30pm
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About the event

Join us at this important conference. - the aim is to bring you up to date with the current status of water voles and invasive non-native species locally.


6:15                 Refreshments

7:00                  Welcome and introduction - Tim Hill, Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust

7:10                 Water Voles and Invasive Non-native Species in Hertfordshire; what happened in 2019? - Martin Ketcher, Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust   

7:30                 Giant Hogweed is invincible – were Genesis right?  - Dr Marion Seier, Team Leader, Invasive Species Management, CABI

8:05                  Water Vole and wetland conservation in the Lee Valley – Cath Patrick, Conservation Manager, Lee Valley Regional Park Authority

8:15                 Break and refreshment

8:45                  Reintroducing Water Voles to the River Bulbourne – David Kirk, Chair, The Box Moor Trust

9:00                  Colne Valley Landscape Partnership Projects – Gavin Bennett, Colne Valley Rivers & Wetlands Officer

9:10                  Monitoring Wetlands in Hertfordshire and North London – Rob Fox, River Lea Biodiversity Officer

9:20                  Questions and summary

9:30                 Finish




This event is free to attend.

Suitable for


Know before you go


No dogs permitted

Wheelchair access

Venue has wheelchair access

Parking information

Limited free parking at venue and free parking on nearby roads


Disabled toilet
Baby changing facilities

Contact us

Martin Ketcher
Contact number: 07717 681183