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Dickens Square – Butterfly Walk Conservation

Bankside and You Opportunity
Happy to get stuck in and make a visible difference? This is the opportunity for you (16 March)
London SE1 4JL

The ‘Butterfly Walk’ conservation area in nearby Dickens Square park is sadly overgrown and in need of some TLC. Local organisation Quadron are looking for a group of up to 12 volunteers to help them undertake some conservation works on the ‘Butterfly Walk’. The group of 12 volunteers doesn't necessarily have to come from the one organisation so if you are interested as an individual or smaller group of people do let us know.

Tasks will include:

  • Grubbing out bramble and other invasive species
  • Identifying and cordoning off reportable species (Japanese Knotweed)
  • Sucker and basal growth removal

Dates: Activity will take place on Thursday16 March, 

Timings: 12 - 4pm

All equipment and guidance will be provided so no prior experience necessary.

Places are nearing capacity, to get involved or to find out more sak [at] (subject: Butterfly%20Walk%20conservation) (contact us)

Feb 23 2017