Our aims are to increase biodiversity of local plants, birds and animals and to create a pleasant environment for people to visit.
The main work is using secateurs to remove and cut up vines such as honeysuckle and convolvulus that are overwhelming the native plants. We learn how to identify weeds and native plants and enjoy seeing the native plants and trees making new growth. We plant about 400 native species during the winter months.
All people are very welcome to help us as we have a range of environments that we work in. Our ideal person is someone who enjoys nature and who likes working with others to learn new skills.
By participating in this volunteering opportunity, you are helping achieve the following United Nations Sustainable Development Goal(s):
Goal 14 – Life Below Water
Goal 15 – Life on Land
Because we are in the outdoors it is advised that people wear sun block and a hat as well as long sleeves, long trousers and sturdy footwear. The main tools that we use are gloves and secateurs, if you do not have these, we can provide them.
Our regular hours are most Thursday mornings from 9:15am to 12:15pm. We also work on the second Saturday of each month from 10am to 12:15pm.
People can come on a one-off or on a regular basis.
The first step is to express your interest by filling out the form below. We will then put you in touch directly with the organisation for more information on the role and how to proceed.