Mondays 4th /11th
Monday 18th – New Plantation Warndon villages Worcester:
Today we will be clearing overgrown vegetation around one of the many ponds in Warndon. Once this has been cleared the pond will then be re-profiled at a later date, making it more beneficial for wildlife.
Monday 25th – Chapter Meadows Worcester:
Today we will continue with our ongoing maintenance by clearing overgrown vegetation along the boundaries of the meadows
Monday 2nd – Chapter Meadows Worcester:
Continuing with the ongoing work from last week.
Monday 9th- Atch Lench Community Orchards, Evesham:
This 40 year old orchard was bought in 1999 by local families to save it from conversion into arable farm land. The orchard primarily produces plums, damsons and greengages and we will be helping to keep the less tasty vegetation under control.
Monday 16th – Perry Wood Worcester:
Today we be will continuing our coppice rotation plan for this site and begin work on the next “coupe”, cutting hazel stools down to encourage re-growth while utilising the harvested materials for future hedge laying projects.
Monday 23rd – Perry Wood Worcester:
Continuing with coppice rotation.
Monday 30th – Perry Wood Worcester:
We aim to finish this section of coppice today, processing the hazel harvested last week to produce stakes and binders for up-coming traditional hedge laying.
Monday 6th - Task to be announced
Monday 13th - Millennium Green, Inkberrow:
This 8.5 acre site is managed by a local Trust and features ancient woodland, fields and a medieval moat and fish pond. Today we will be working to clear vegetation to maintain access to the site. For more information and opportunities to volunteer with the Inkberrow Millennium Green Trust, please visit www.inkberrowmilgreen.co.uk.
Monday 20th Warndon Wood Worcester:
We will be continuing our coppice rotation plan for this site and begin work on the next “coupe”, cutting hazel stools down to encourage re-growth while utilising the harvested materials for future hedge laying projects.
Monday 27th Warndon Wood Worcester:
Continuing with the coppice rotation.