We had an amazing turnout today for the stream dipping event! Monsters, mud and creatures that lurk! Many thanks to Durham Wildlife Trust for helping us to see what creatures live in the stream in Harperley Woods. Also thanks to Stanley Town Council for funding the activity.
So pleased to be able to annouce that we have secured some funding from Growing a Greener Britain Small Grants Fund to deliver a number of bird related public events.
Watch this space for further information!
Growing a Greener Britain strives to help fund community projects in publicly-owned parks and open spaces across Britain.
Growing a Greener Britain’s charitable objectives are:
· Creating improvements to free, publicly accessible green space
· Providing local employment opportunities through the creation of maintenance projects
· Providing training and work experience opportunities for those in the local community
· Promoting of green open spaces within the local community
Many thanks to the 16 volunteers who turned out this morning to pick 42 bags of litter from Tanfield Lea and Harperley Woods. We found gas canisters, a toilet seat, a roller blind, a fan, bags of vegetable peelings, McDonald’s food and drink cartons and some lost property (handed in to the Police Station). Thanks to Clive for picking 30 bags out of the woods earlier this week! Thanks also to the new ladies hair salon situated in the club car park for the very welcome teas and coffees afterwards!
Great to see so many people at our AGM tonight!