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Round the Harbour Clean Up – 6th June 2015

Who is this for?

Graham Smith from Lee Litter Action Group who has been inspired by a similar event held in Sydney, Australia (and which was supported by thousands of volunteers) is organising a Round the Harbour Clean Up event under the banner of ‘Love Where You Live’.

 

Graham has persuaded local volunteer groups, businesses and schools as well as MP Caroline Dinenage to join the campaign in tackling this never ending scourge to our environment and The Friends of Stokes Bay will be working alongside Graham and his colleagues to promote what we feel is a really worthwhile project.

 

They are endeavouring to encourage communities who surround Portsmouth Harbour to come together and tackle local litter problems.

 

Hopefully this event will help to raise awareness and encourage communities to continue with their own litter clean ups in the future, such as the Friends of Stokes Bay have been doing for many years.

 

Love Where You Live believe that this initiative could well become a fun annual event, encouraging all age groups in local neighbourhoods to come together, to look after and be proud of where they live!

 

Their aim is to spread the word to residents in Portsmouth, Portchester and Fareham and encourage them to join with Gosport and Lee on Solent on 6th June and be a force to be reckoned with in the battle against the blight of litter.

 

Friends of Stokes Bay will be starting their event at 10am at the Splash Pool, Stokes Bay, Hampshire on Saturday 6 June 2015.  Love Where You Live are planning lots of events for 6th June and to find out more please go to:

 

http://www.litteraction.org.uk/gosport-lee-litteraction

 

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Event details:

contact: graham.l.smith@live.co.uk where: The Splash Pool, Stokes Bay, Hampshire when: 06/06/2015 at 10:00 am to 06/06/2015 at 11:30 am

Volunteer with Fleet Pond Society

Who is this for?

The beautiful Fleet Pond has a great group of volunteers who are active in helping preserve the area.  They are hoping others will join them and have a number of dates :

 

  • – Sunday 8th March 2015
  • – Sunday 12th April 2015
  • – Sunday 10th May 2015
  • – Sunday 14th June 2015

 

They meet at the Countryside Workshop, Old Pump House Close (off Kenilworth Road), Fleet GU51 3AX at 9am for a 9.15am start.  They finish around 1pm to 1.15pm.

 

Their conservation includes clearance of scrub and invasive tree saplings and repairs to paths, fences and stream banks.

 

Protective gloves and tools are supplied and a warm drink at mid-morning. Waterproof boots or Wellingtons are advisable.  If coming by car please park in Kenilworth Road as parking is very restricted at the Workshop.  Parking is unrestricted and free in Kenilworth Road.

 

For more information about these events and Fleet Pond Society please go to :

 

http://www.fleetpond.fccs.org.uk/conservation.htm

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Event details:

contact: colin@fleetpondsociety.co.uk where: meet at the Countryside Workshop, Old Pump House Close (off Kenilworth Road), Fleet GU51 3AX when: 08/03/2015 at 09:00 am to 14/06/2015 at 1:15 pm

Himalayan Balsam at Beaulieu River

Who is this for?

Join the New Forest Area Conservation Volunteers on Sunday 21st June at Beaulieu River to help them pull more Himalayan Balsam.

 

Meet at 10am at North Gate (Forestry Commission) car park – Map Ref SU386048.

 

For more details please go to :

 

http://www.newforestacv.org/page5.htm

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Event details:

contact: newforestareacv@gmail.com where: North Gate (Forestry Commission) car park – Map Ref SU386048 when: 21/06/2015 at 10:00 am to 21/06/2015 at 12:00 am

Orange Balsam Removal with TARCA

Who is this for?

Help the Anton River Conservation Association (TARCA) at Rooksbury Mill Nature Reserve in their efforts to eradicate an invasive plant called Orange Balsam, originally from North America.


By keeping on top of it they are slowly reducing its spread, allowing native wildflowers to flourish.  This even is on Sunday 12th July 2015.


The meeting point is the main car park off of Barlows Lane, Andover, Hampshire SP10 2PA at 10am. The event continues until 2pm. Wellies may be advisable!


For more details please go to :


https://www.facebook.com/events/1389838814679665/

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Event details:

contact: antonriver@live.com where: The meeting point is the main car park off of Barlows Lane, Andover, Hampshire SP10 2PA when: 12/07/2015 at 10:00 am to 12/07/2015 at 2:00 pm

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