We’ll do some more bramble control, and the usual litter session – though I’m pleased to say, we’re not finding as much as we were!
Now we’ve had some proper rain, I’ll bring a few more heathland plants to put in as part of our reintroduction programme (all locally and non-destructively sourced, and grown peat-free).
If any of this this sounds like your idea of fun – or if you just want to get out of the house, and enjoy the sunshine (or rain), or the wildlife and wildflowers, or have a chat, or offer your ideas, experiences or suggestions:
WHEN: 10am Saturday 28th May
WHERE: Meet at the goalpost behind David Lloyd, Hampton
WHO: All ages, all abilities, all shapes, all sizes, all nationalities, all welcome!
If you want to join in the conservation work, please do wear some good gloves and footwear, and all children to be accompanied please!
We provide litter-pickers, bags, and some gardening tools, but if you have them, do bring secateurs or loppers or battery trimmers and strimmers.
We’ll probably grab some free (!!!) tea and coffee after (courtesy of David Lloyd) when we’re done.
Hope to see you Saturday!