Saturday 17 June 2017

Conservation activities at Welsh Harp on Sunday

June 18  10:00 am - 2:00 pm

This group was formed last summer and every month, continues to support the activities of the Welsh Harp Environmental Education Centre. During this event, you will learn some practical conservation techniques to manage the habitats in the area and all activities focus on improving the natural habitat of the 15 acre woodland for biodiversity and ensuring that the outdoor teaching spaces are safe and exciting for the 3000 school children that attend the centre each year.

Previous activities have included clearing glades (open areas within a woodland) and pathways which were choked with ivy and bramble, clearing our Forest School Zone to make room for shelter building activities, moving logs and branches around the site for children’s activities and teaching spaces, pond clearance, and there are many more similar activities to come.

The chosen activities for the day will be selected and emailed out to everyone on the mailing list before the event. If you are not on the mailing list and you wish to be, please email

All welcome! Under 16’s need to be accompanied by a responsible adult. Please bring a packed lunch. Tea, coffee and snacks will be provided.  Please meet inside the Education Centre.
Hope to see you there to continue this amazing work!

Deb Frankiewicz (Education Officer)

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