As part of our Palewell Beverley Brook Restoration Project supported by the Mayor of London, in partnership with the London Wildlife Trust, we will be starting on the habitat work.
Join us to start removing the toe-boarding that is constraining the channel on Wednesday 4th October. Please meet us at the top end of Palewell Common, on the boundary with Richmond Park. Click here for the exact location: https://w3w.co/frosted.sharp.spice
There will be a bankside team as well as a water team. Waders & waterproof gloves will be provided.
Minimum age 16+.
Please arrive on time. Tea coffee and biscuits are provided but do bring a water bottle and a keep cup for your tea or coffee.
We welcome everyone at this volunteering session. Please note, to take part, you need to fill in our conservation volunteer registration form to make sure our insurance covers you.
If you are a regular volunteer and have already filled in the form, there is no need to do this again.
Not a member of Barnes Common yet? Why not join us and support all our activities?
Find more information and join at http://barnescommon.org.uk/membership
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Refund policy: Unfortunately, we are unable to issue refunds on cancellations made within 2 weeks of the event. In some circumstances we may be able to offer a rebooking for a similar event. Please contact [email protected] with any questions.