Improving Henbury's Environment (NEW DATES !)

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18th March & 24th March

With spring on the way (?) it's time for Henbury Environment Project activities, and this year Parish Councillor Simon Browne will be continuing the tradition of planting new hedgerows to improve the Henbury landscape, and help wildlife across the Parish.

Why not come along and join the Henbury volunteers, spending as little or as much time as you want on Sunday March 18th & Saturday March 24th, out in the fresh air at Capesthorne. On both days we'll be starting at 9:30am and continuing until early/mid-afternoon, depending on progress. Bring the family if you can, there's something for all ages to get involved with.

The planting at Capesthorne this year follows on from previous years, as we continue to make a real improvement to the landscape and habitat value in that area.

The work Is funded by your Parish Council, and Capesthorne also contribute. Why not come along and support your community and the local wildlife?

The more the merrier!

Please contact Simon Browne on 01625 267824, 07990 542516 or via sbrowne@tesco.net, for full details.

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