A summer series of workshops on Sunday mornings. Monthly. Hands-on, outdoors. Free.
Learn about managing the natural environment at Brent’s beautiful nature reserve Fryent Country Park to improve biodiversity and to create a sustainable amenity for all to enjoy. The workshops will be hands-on outdoors monthly on Sunday mornings. Attend 1, 2 or all 3. Free of charge with light refreshments provided.
- Become familiar with some of the diverse variety of plants from trees to flowers and grasses, birds, butterflies, insects and invertebrates, amphibians and mammals that make this their home.
- Understand the different habitats and the importance of light in glades and paths, and of ponds, streams and ditches.
- Learn to safely use hand tools such as loppers, shears, slashers and small saws with guidance from experienced volunteers.
- Meet new people and enjoy a morning outdoors with a social break for refreshments.
Each workshop will take place at a different location in the park . Details of meeting points with a map will be given.
Suitable for all ages from teens upwards. Under 16s must be accompanied. Gloves provided. Wear suitable footwear and bring a waterproof in case of wet weather. We’ll go ahead whatever the conditions.