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As a not-for-profit organisation, the BDO is operated by a small number of part-time, unpaid volunteers, so please be patient if you do not receive an immediate response. Also bear in mind that mails sometimes go astray or may be blocked by spam filters or ISPs. So, if you haven't heard back from us after a while, please try again.

Journalists and Researchers, please note: If you'd like someone to interview or take part in a programme, please don't leave it until the last possible minute to ask. The more advance warning we have, the more likely that we will be able to help you.

For general and press enquiries, please e-mail: {This email is obscured. Your must have javascript enabled to see it}

For grove related enquiries, e-mail our new groves' co-ordinator on: {This email is obscured. Your must have javascript enabled to see it}

For shop-related enquiries, e-mail: {This email is obscured. Your must have javascript enabled to see it}

For technical issues, e-mail: {This email is obscured. Your must have javascript enabled to see it}

Or write to:

BDO Midlands,
Box 33, c/o Wildways,
Borle Mill Bank,
Highley,
Bridgnorth,
Shropshire WV16 6NJ, UK

You can also:

Click the following link to Join the BDO. This free online membership will sign you up for our irregular e-mail newsletter which includes updates on our various activities and notification of forthcoming events.

Click the following link to go to the BDO Online Forum which is open to all once you sign in (please note that you will have request registration in order to contribute, we apologise for this but it has proved a necessary anti-spam measure). Be prepared to spend a little time here though, as the Forum contains quite an archive of posts on a wide range of topics.

Click the following link to go to the BDO Student Support Area which is specifically for students enrolled in our Distance Learning Courses. Here you can interact with fellow students and with tutors.