Date(s) - 09/06/2019
9:30 am - 11:30 am
This month we will return to the corner of Purbrook Gardens to continue removing brambles and dig out some of the smaller sycamore and horse chestnut trees. Our vision is to transform this neglected space into a wildlife garden with native species hedges and wild flowers.
We will also dig the large cordyline out of the flowerbed by the Purbrook sign to allow the Women’s Institute to replant.
Meet at the corner of Purbrook Gardens at 9.30am. Parking is available at the Deverell Hall.
We welcome new volunteers, so if you would like to join us please come along. You do not need experience of conservation work and there is no obligation to attend every task. Please see the FAQs or contact us for more information.