Programme 2021/22

Date/Time Event
04/12/2021
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Work Morning - Riverside Walk
Love Lane, Storrington

Today we will be clearing the lovley Riverside Walk to keep it safe and clear for people to continue to enjoy. Meet by the footbridge over the River Stor at Love Lane (just off Speirbridge Road) Tools and refreshments provided. Further details from Mick on 01903 745971 Map Link https://www.google.com/maps/@50.9263868,-0.4441682,15z

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08/01/2022
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Work Morning at Hurston Warren
Hurston Warren, Storrington West Sussex

Hurston Warren is a 69.1-hectare (171-acre) biological Site of Special Scientific Interest south-east of Pulborough in West Sussex.[1][2]

This site has a variety of habitats, including wet and dry heath, bogs, woodland and open water. One of the bogs is a quaking bog, where a floating raft of vegetation covers open water or fluid peat; it has flora such as round-leaved sundew, bog asphodel, hare’s-tail cottongrass and cranberry. A golf course occupies much of the heath.

This will involve heathland clearance.

Location Far end of West Sussex Golf Club car park. The site is reached through Golf Course Lane which is off the Pulbrough Road on the right after the turning into the RSPB Reserve. What3Words tower.kitchens.conquests

05/02/2022
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Work Morning - Dyke Farm
Dyke Farm, Pulbrough West Sussex

Our task at Dyke Farm is improve and enhance its wildlife value. Nicola Peel is encouraging the local community groups to come and use the site for various activities. Our work on the site on different visits will involve tree planting and maintenance, meadow management and  Himalayan balsam pulling.

Tools and refreshments are provided

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05/03/2022
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Work Morning at Hurston Warren
Hurston Warren, Storrington West Sussex

Hurston Warren is a 69.1-hectare (171-acre) biological Site of Special Scientific Interest south-east of Pulborough in West Sussex.[1][2]

This site has a variety of habitats, including wet and dry heath, bogs, woodland and open water. One of the bogs is a quaking bog, where a floating raft of vegetation covers open water or fluid peat; it has flora such as round-leaved sundew, bog asphodel, hare’s-tail cottongrass and cranberry. A golf course occupies much of the heath.

This will involve heathland clearance.

Location Far end of West Sussex Golf Club car park. The site is reached through Golf Course Lane which is off the Pulbrough Road on the right after the turning into the RSPB Reserve. What3Words tower.kitchens.conquests

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