Worthys Conservation Volunteers

"Our Local Natural Environment .. for Life"

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"Bench building" "A lesson in wildflowers" "Putting up bird boxes"

Can you help?

We are always on the lookout for more members - there are plenty of tasks to do in the area and we would really appreciate some extra hands .. as the saying goes "many hands make light work" .. so come along and have some fun!!


Coming up in 2019 ...

Sunday 20 January, 1.30pm

Hazel Arch Construction, Kings Worthy Primary School                                                                 See the KWPS project here

We shall be joining teachers, parents and pupils from the school to further enhance the now well-established hazel archway.  Started about 5 years ago, WCV has returned every year to work on this special project.  Indeed, last year's growth will be bent over to thicken the archway. We shall undertake other improvements to paths and special interest areas in the school grounds. Meet at the school car park here. Please wear suitable clothing for the time of year, and bring your own refreshments.

Sunday 17 February, 1.30pm

Tree Planting, Worthy Down Halt        See the WDH project here

The plan is to create a hedgerow of small trees that will over time obscure the now infamous ugly buildings in the adjoining army camp.  Meet by the vets, Hook Pit Farm Lane, here . Please wear suitable clothing and bring your own refreshment.

Sunday 17 March, 1.30pm

New Glade, DNSR Footpath                   See the DNSR project here

The plan is to create a new glade at a suitable spot along the footpath.  In doing so this will further enrich the ecology of the old railway line with ground flora. Meet by the vets, Hook Pit Farm Lane, here. Please wear suitable clothing and bring your own refreshment.



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