A sunny morning saw 11 volunteers attend, which was an excellent turnout considering that several regulars were away on holiday .

Apart from the usual two people who carry out the litter pick on both reserves, the priority for the rest of the group was cutting back vegetation on many of the lesser used paths as well as the main paths through the sites. The growth in the last month has been phenomenal but we're glad to say that we have left both reserves looking so much better.

Just before the work started started Norman spoke to the group to announce that the Rotary Club of Wollaton Park had presented The Friends with a cup in recognition of the service we have provided to the area over the years.

The Friends are always looking for extra pairs of hands to help out or to simply support their work, so...

  • to find out when the next work session will take place, click here, or
  • to find out about becoming a member please contact us here, or
  • to discover what goes into managing the sites click here.

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