Date(s) - 07/05/2022
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Shire Way entrance to the woodland
There’s a rather different work morning coming up on Saturday 7 May, when we plan to put in a mixture of different meadow species plug plants to enhance the diversity in the Orchard for the Future section of Wapley Common.
This is the second phase of our meadow plug planting – we planted a third of the orchard last year, and we’ll tackle the other third next year. We’ve already seen some improvements – more flowers and more butterflies. These plants will help encourage pollinators and discourage more invasive species.
As well as planting we’ll be doing a “deep clean” of various areas of the Reserve and cutting back some overgrowth. We’ll also have some lighter tasks for people who prefer them – something for everybody, as always.
Meet at 10 am at the Shire Way entrance to the woodland, south Yate, BS37 8US. Please wear stout footwear and bring gloves if you have them. If not, we’ll provide gloves that you can keep until the next workday – as a COVID precaution we’re not sharing gloves.
Please come and join us even if you haven’t been before. You can bring your own tools or tools will be provided. Everyone is welcome, though children under 16 will need to be accompanied by a responsible adult.