Conservation volunteer activity – coppicing NOW FULLY BOOKED

04 Feb 201711.00am to 3.30pmFree event. Donations towards the upkeep of the park appreciated.
Wandlebury Country ParkConservationEducation and learningNature

NOW FULLY BOOKED

Join the CambridgePPF team dealing with unhealthy or overcrowded trees in the Wandlebury woodland.

Re-coppicing some of our hazel stools allows more light through to ground level, increasing biodiversity and encouraging the growth of strong, healthy standard trees and produces a sustainable, useful supply of wood.

Adults only, booking essential. Free event, donations welcome towards the upkeep of Wandlebury Park.

Tools provided, please wear warm waterproof clothing and sturdy footwear. Bring a packed lunch.

Standard parking charges apply – Members free, non-members £3.

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