West Midland Bird Club

Studying Birds in Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and the West Midlands since 1929

Recent Sightings

Current Vacancies

1st March 2019

Kidderminster Branch Committee and helpers

The current committee of this popular and well supported branch are standing down at their AGM on 27th

March 2019. The minimum requirement for the branch to function is

1. A chairperson

2. Someone to take responsibility for the branch accounts

3. Someone to book and liaise with the speakers

There is also currently a team of supporters who between them set up the PA system, put out and put

away chairs, serve refreshments, etc. some of whom have indicated their willingness to continue in this

capacity however if the branch is to continue serving refreshments more volunteers are needed.


Latest News On behalf of the Club’s management committee Sue Judge is supporting this branch until a

new team can be established and is happy to report that following the branch meeting on 27th February

we have a volunteer to Chair this branch who will also book the speakers for the autumn programme. We

now need to build this team and require a treasurer to take responsibility for the branch accounts. If you

would like to volunteer for this role or to support the branch in any other capacity please contact Sue at





1st March 2019

Education Secretary

The Club wishes to create this post the purpose of which is to increase awareness of the range of birding

activities both inside and outside the Club. The ideal candidate would be an excellent communicator with

a high standard of written and oral English, an interest in conservation issues and experience in teaching

or working long-term with children in an informal education environment. The Role could include visiting

universities to raise awareness of WMBC, preparing and delivering activities for school groups, designing

activities for families and writing resource materials for others to deliver. If you are interested in being

involved in this exciting new development for our Club please contact Club Chair Roger Broadbent at

chair@westmidlandbirdclub.org.uk to discuss it further.