Autumn is here and we will soon be teaming up with the Friends of Bute Park for monthly conservation sessions. Why not come and work with the new Bute Park Ranger on the second Saturday morning of the month?
Bute Park is one of the largest urban parks in Wales and with its historic landscape, its mature parkland and beautiful tree collections it is an ideal location to get into volunteering and enjoy the outdoors. Volunteers play an important role in the conservation of Bute Park.
This conservation programme is a chance to get hands on and make a difference in the green heart of the city. Everyone is welcome – you don’t need to be a member of Friends of Bute Park. Children are welcome too but must be accompanied by an adult.
The monthly tasks are interesting and varied from path clearing to hedgerow planting. There are also opportunities for bird watching, fungi spotting and a chance to learn about the fantastic trees in our arboretum.
The Friends of Bute Park are happy to hear your ideas too. This is a large park and the landscape ranges from the formal to the wild – what are your interests and what would you like to hear more about?
Bring gardening gloves, spotter books and binoculars if you have them. The Bute Park Ranger will be supplying any tools needed. Spend some time in the park, enjoy the outdoors, socialise, have fun and make a difference in your local area!
Meeting at 10.30am outside the Education Centre / Secret Garden Cafe.
For more details please email:
First Event October 13th 2018 at 10.30: http://bute-park.com/tribe_events/rhaglen-cadwraeth-y-gaeaf-cymerwch-ran-winter-conservation-programme-get-involved/