Friends of Garthorne Road Taskday

Comma Butterfly

Saturday 25th May

11:00am – 3:30pm

The friends will be recording the many different species of flora and fauna on the reserve and add them to a database to see what we have also will be doing an butterfly transect to record what species are on site?.

All the workdays run from 11am – 3:3:30pm with a break about 1pm, bring food and drink if required. Please let us know so we can provide sufficient tools for the number of volunteers expected and please let as know when at the gate by phoning or texting Ernie (Chair and Taskday organiser) or you are coming at the last minute on 07707023359 as the gate is kept closed due to licence conditions by Network Rail.

We have gloves in limited supply, please bring gardening gloves if you have them and wear appropriate clothing and footwear for the weather and safety (No sandals please). The program of taskdays is subject to change or cancellation at short notice due to weather conditions and other matter out of the control of the friends groups. Tasks maybe swapped between workdays as necessary.

Taskdays are subject to weather conditions and will be cancelled at sometimes very short notice due to high winds or rain is forecasted.

No Barbeques or dogs please

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E-mail:
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Garthorne Road Open Day 18th May 2019

The first Open Day of the year was a huge success with over 40 people coming to visit. The Friends are really happy that so many people are keen to be involved in this wonderful site.

Garthorne Road Nature Reserve will be open on Saturday 18th May between 2pm-4pm. A member of the Friends Group will be on hand to answer any questions you may have. If you are keen to become a member of the Friends, please let them know or contact them using one of the many ways listed here.

They are keen for new members to join to help them keep this site as a great haven for nature and to help them have regular open days so lots of people can experience the site in all its glory.