Join our newest Project Assistant, Rob, and Lead Volunteer, John to help the local community in their efforts to bring the land around Howick Village Hall back to life. This will involve clearing the pond to make it more beneficial to wildlife and vegetation management so that the area can be enjoyed by the local community once more.
Stewart Sexton, local resident who has highlighted the need for this conservation day, will start the session with a brief history of the site and will end the day by talking to the group about the local wildlife and presence of species.
All equipment and training will be provided. Please wear warm, waterproof clothes and sturdy boots. If you are keen to help pull vegetation from within the pond please bring your wellies. The village hall will be open for toilet facilities and please bring your own packed lunch, refreshments will be provided.
Please email the team on firstname.lastname@example.org or book yourself onto this task on Better Impact (www.myvolunteerpage.com) if you are already a Coast Care volunteer.