There’s nothing like whacking weeds and playing in the mud to work off the mid-winter blahs. Enfield Conservation Volunteers has a couple of work dates coming up in Trent Park and would welcome your help.
Sunday 20 January – Camlet Moat, Trent Park
A second visit to the historic Camlet Moat to continue the dredging and hopefully, if more volunteers turn up than in November, cutting back the vegetation.
Meet 10am at the main entrance to the Moat (by the 5 bar gate). Parking at Hadley Road car park.
Sunday 3 February – Trent Park
More rhododendron clearance is on the books. Although some may find the flowers attractive, ECV would prefer native species to flourish.
Meet 10am Council works yard at top of Snakes Lane by the Wildlife Rescue centre and café.
Enfield Conservation Volunteers is open to anyone aged 16 or over in good health. No skills or experience are required as training will be provided for all aspects of the work. The aim of the projects is to carry out practical improvements while enjoying yourself, so work at your own pace
- working clothes and sound footwear
- waterproofs if wet
- a pair of gloves
- refreshments and a packed lunch
All volunteer projects will commence at the meeting place at 10.00 am and finish by about 3.30 pm
- supervision and training
- tools and equipment
For more information contact: Judy Mayo on 07791473844 or email email@example.com
Or visit the Enfield Conservation Volunteers website: www.ecv.org.uk