We are always in the search for more fieldworkers, and we need several more in key areas. We need more help with recording in Devon, Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Hampshire, Lancashire and Cumbria, and more help in Wales. For further details contact Nora Courtney using the contact link in the footer.
Please try our MyCRSBI section where you can save searches and notes on site reports for your own reference. Only you will see the lists and comments saved to your MyCRSBI account. Click on MyCRSBI in the header menu.
Peter Hayes has agreed to come on board the CRSBI volunteer team to edit the CRSBI Newsletter. We hope to publish twice a year for fieldworkers, supports and friends to keep on top of the latest news in the CRSBI community. If you want to submit any material for the newsletter, please e-mail Peter using the contact links on the website. Thank you Peter for coming on board.
The Friends of the CRSBI help to raise funds for the project and support its work. Peter Ledger and Rosemary Day have recently joined the committee and are working hard for the cause! The work of the Friends makes an essential contribution to the project. Peter and Rosemary both bring a wealth of experience with them and the committee are delighted to have them on the Friends.
Ron Baxter gave an introductory presentation and showed how best to use the new system. We uploaded new reports, discovered how to delete mistakes, and move around our images on the online form. The fieldworkers had a hands-on session to try uploading their material and ask questions of the CRSBI team. They did very well.
Thank you to Christie's Education for the use of the computer lab and lecture theatre.