Wednesday Volunteer Working Parties

Most Wednesdays, a group of volunteers meets at the Interpretation Centre on Instow Rd and then ventures out to carry out conservation work. Mainly in and around the Maiden Erlegh Nature reserve, but other parts of Earley in need of attention are also visited. The work is organised and supervised by Earley Town Council Park Rangers, and all tools and equipment are supplied. Anyone is welcome to come and join in - meet at 9:30a.m. at the Interpretation Centre, or contact Earley Town Council for more information.

Below you can see some of the things that the volunteers have been doing recently, and some of the things they have seen while doing it!

facebook logoPhotos of the work carried out by the Wednesday Volunteers are posted regularly on our facebook page - just search for 'Earley Environmental Group' and we should pop up.

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Summer activities 2018

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Planting snowdrops and other tasks
March 2018

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Working in the Rain
March 2018

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A Well-earned Christmas Lunch
Dec 2017

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Planting trees
Nov 2017

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Laurel Park Community Orchard
Nov 2017

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Spotted watching us
near the Nature Reserve
Nov 2017

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Clearing blackthorn
Oct 2017

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Litter pick,
Sept 2017

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Making floating rafts
Sept 2017

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Coppicing & clearing
Feb 2017

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Coppicing & clearing
Feb 2017

   
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