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Nature’s Gym location change – 8th December

Dear all Nature’s Gym volunteers,

Please note that Judith and I have had to change the Nature’s Gym session on Thursday 8th December.  We will now be at Albion Millennium Green and will be working on the railway path and hopefully finishing the cutting back of the hedge that we started last time.

See you there!

Take it away Sam…..

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July-September 2016 Nature’s Gym programme

Summer is here - time for a bit of Nature's Gym

Summer is here – time for a bit of Nature’s Gym

Please see attached the new Nature’s Gym programme. There are a couple of sites on there that we’ve not been to for a while alongside some old favourites.  Please note that Nature’s Gym is not running on 7th or 14th July. Our first session of the new programme will be on 21st July.  The following week we will be at Pepys Park for a wildflower/butterfly survey.  At this event you will also have the chance to meet with Nick Pond from London Borough lf Lewisham and hopefully a representative of Glendale.  This will be your chance to give feedback on any issues/concerns that you may have.  We will be emailing you a summary of the Feedback Forms you filled out a couple of weeks beforehand so that you will have chance to see what has already been said and our answers to your comments.  Please note that all comments have remained confidential.

 


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Workdays at Albion Millennium Green

Albion Millennium Green

Albion Millennium Green

The Friends of Albion Millennium Green write:

Dear friends and supporters, just a note to let you know that the next workday on Albion Millennium Green will be on the scheduled day Saturday 14th May, 10.30-2.30. The main tasks will be:

1: Stacking the large cut timber into piles;
2: Removing the dumped rubble from the edge of Albion Villas Road in the hedge. This would probably  fill 5-6 rubble bags;
3: Moving wood chip away from near the main gate to a storage area under the large Chestnut tree;
4: Collecting litter;
5: Taking out some of the newly rooted brambles from where they are encroaching on the mown grass areas and paths.

Here is a copy of their2016 calendar of activities and events.