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Litter pick with Friends of Stokes Bay

Who is this for?

The Friends of Stoke Bay are looking forward to another litter pick at beautiful Stokes Bay, Gosport.  This will be on Saturday 11th October 2014.


The meeting point is the car park at Pebbles bar, Stokes Bay Road, Gosport at 10 am.


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Event details:

contact: secretary@friendsofstokesbay.co.uk where: Stokes Bay Road, Stokes Bay, Gosport, Hampshire when: 11/10/2014 at 10:00 am to 11/10/2014 at 12:00 am

A visit to Ashford Hill National Nature Reserve

Who is this for?

On Sunday 26th October 2014, the Basingstoke Conservation Volunteers are planning a visit to Ashford Hill National Nature Reserve.  Managed by Natural England, National Nature Reserves are designated because they are deemed to be the finest examples of their habitats around, in this case lowland neutral grassland.


They will be helping with the scrub management regime at Ashford Hill.


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Event details:

contact: bcv@basingstokecv.org.uk where: Asford Hill National Nature Reserve, Ashford Hill, Basingstoke, Hampshire when: 26/10/2014 at 10:00 am to 26/10/2014 at 12:01 am

National Tree Week – with Friends of Prior Hill Copse

Who is this for?

As part of Tree Week’s celebration, the Friends of Prior Hill Copse intend to carry out Phase 2 of their regeneration planting scheme by planting 850 trees.


This will replace trees lost through shading out by the over grown holly and help to strengthen the plant gene pool.


The meeting point is Butlocks Heath Hall, Woolston Road, Butlocks Heath, SO31 5FR.


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Event details:

contact: dick@growingnative.org.uk

where: Butlocks Heath Hall, Woolston Road, Butlocks Heath, SO31 5FR when: 30/11/2014 at 10:00 am to 30/11/2014 at 12:00 am

Conservation with the Friends of Petersfield Heath

Who is this for?

The Friends of Petersfield Heath organise regular work parties which include general clearance and monitoring work as appropriate.  These tasks are carried out as specified in the Heath Management Plan.


They are combining their routine conservation work with clearance of the Bronze Age barrows, in preparation for the archaeological digs due to start in September.


They meet at either the Little School Car Park in Heath Road, or the Sussex road car park, at 10am.  Their sessions last for about three hours – although they do stop for breaks and tea!


Please bring waterproof/windproof clothing, good strong gloves and protective footwear/boots. If you also have suitable tools such as shears, small saws, bill-hooks, loppers, or spades these will be useful to you.  The best thing to do is come along and watch/participate and enjoy the Heath.


They have work parties on the following dates (all on Sundays) 7, 21 and 28 September, 12, 26 October, 2, 16, 30 November and 14 December.  Please contact them prior to attendance to check any details.


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Event details:

contact: secretary@foph.net where: Heath Road, Petersfield GU31 when: 07/09/2014 at 10:00 am to 14/12/2014 at 1:00 pm

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