Conservation volunteering at wildlife reserve in North Lanarkshire!

Conservation volunteering at wildlife reserve in North Lanarkshire!

Posted on behalf of The Conservation Volunteers
An activity with Cumbernauld Living Landscape

Activity date: Tuesday 21st January 2020

Start time: 10:00

Finish time: 15:00

Activity descriptionCumbernauld Living Landscape are setting up new weekly volunteer groups in Cumbernauld to improve green spaces. Examples of work to be carried out include: • Sowing wildflower meadows• installing fences• Creating community gardens• Managing woodlands• Building paths• Cleaning ponds• And much more!Volunteering is a great way to get fit and experience the outdoors from a different perspective. It also provides an opportunity to meet new people from a range of backgrounds. We also aim to help volunteers with their own personal development – we can give access to free training courses and Personal Protective Equipment(PPE) if a volunteer stays with us for 3 months.These groups will run every Tuesday and Wednesday from 10- 3, starting from the 3rd of September. Volunteers can sign up for 1 or 2 days a week depending on their preference. Volunteers must be over 16. If you or anyone you know would like to get involved with this project please contact me, by email - or phone – 07483050744.

Meeting placeSite could change week to week, contact David to find out meeting point and arrange possible transportation

Activity location Luggiebank Wood Wildlife Reserve, Luggiebank Wood Wildlife Reserve Lennziemill Industrial Estate Cumbernauld, G674AB

Site descriptionMixed woodland, marsh and riparian zones (Luggie river)

Contact David Walsh Telephone: 07483050744



Please bring
  • packed lunch
  • suitable outdoor clothes
  • suitable outdoor footwear
Further infoSite could change week to week, contact David to find out meeting point and arrange possible transportation

Site Facilities
  • Nearest Toilets - Town Centre 1.5 miles

21 Jan 2020 at 10:00am
until 21 Jan 2020 at 3:00pm
Luggiebank Wood Wildlife Reserve
North Lanarkshire
G67 4AB

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