NOW FULLY BOOKED – Conservation volunteer activity – hedgelaying

21 Jan 201711am to 3.30pmFree event, donations welcome.
Wandlebury Country ParkConservationCraftEducation and learningNature

 

FULLY BOOKED

Join the CambridgePPF team ‘laying’ a hedge to improve its structure and strength making it better for wildlife. Views across the countryside are improved and fresh growth in the hedge stimulated.

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

Meet at Wandlebury car park notice board at the top of the car park. Adults only.

Free event. Booking essential, numbers are limited.

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

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