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  • Big Green Weekend
  • Green Gym
  • Practical conservation activity
  • I Dig Trees: OVO Tree Planting
  • Health walk
  • Children's activity
  • Training or workshop
  • Food growing activity
  • Community event or activity
  • Wildlife surveying activity
  • Saturday 23rd June 2018

    Ore Health Walk

    With Ore Health Walk

    At Ore Health Walk

    Activity description

    Lovely routes in and around Ore and weather permitting in Hastings Country Park.

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  • Sunday 24th June 2018

    Happy, Healthy Families

    With TCV Tree Life Centre

    At Tree Life Centre, Grimsbury Farm

    Activity description

    Family Yoga, food growing and healthy eating (tasting and cooking!) activities for 2-5 year olds with their parents. Please email if you require additional tickets for your family group. karis.hockey@tcv.org.uk

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  • Sunday 24th June 2018

    Happy, Healthy Kids

    With TCV Tree Life Centre

    At Tree Life Centre, Grimsbury Farm

    Activity description

    Children's Yoga, food growing and cooking for 5-10 year olds. Please note that children must be a minimum of 5 years old to attend Happy, Healthy kids. If your child is under 5 please attend 'Happy, Healthy Families'.

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  • Sunday 24th June 2018

    Queens wood

    With Haringey Conservation Volunteers

    At Queens Wood

    Activity description

    Join us in this superb ancient woodland! We'll be carrying out a range of tasks including woodland and pond management.

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  • Sunday 24th June 2018

    Ragwort Pulling @ Gosbecks

    With Colchester Biodiversity Action Team (Midweek)

    At Gosbecks

    Activity description

    Ragwort is a native yellow daisy like flower which is common in many grasslands. Whilst the plant and its nectar provide food for many insects it also contains poisons toxic to grazing animals. Animals will usually avoid the living plant but it is a serious issue if it remains in grassland cut for hay. When cut and dried the plant loses it's smell which warns animals of the toxins present but does not loose the toxins and so it is eaten with the rest of the grass and plants. We will be pulling ragwort from fields at Gosbecks park as the site uses a mix of grazing and cutting for hay to manage the grassland.

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  • Monday 25th June 2018

    Sidley Health Walk

    With Sidley Health Walk

    At Sidley Health Walk

    Activity description

    Explore the Combe Valley Countryside Park, the lovely Bexhill Downs, or the twittens of the Old Town.

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  • Monday 25th June 2018

    Hastings Old Town Health Walk

    With Hastings Old Town Health Walk

    At Hastings Old Town Health Walk

    Activity description

    Join us on a gentle exploration of the Old Town, through twittens, along quaint architecture and with occasional sea views. The walk is set up to be flexible to the needs of the walkers: it goes over reasonably flat stretches, but may also take up a few slopes and steps on the way. The walk takes place every Monday, apart from bank holidays.

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  • Monday 25th June 2018

    Rye Health Walk

    With Rye Health Walk

    At Rye Health Walk

    Activity description

    Mondays 10.00am, meet in Gibbet Marsh car park, Udimore Road. Various routes in and around Rye. Some are flat, some have inclines. Some are on pavements, some are on public footpaths in the countryside. Gibbet Marsh car park, Rye, East Sussex, TN31 7DT

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  • Monday 25th June 2018

    Balsam Bash

    With Pevensey Road Green Gym (Hounslow)

    At Pevensey Road Lnr

    Activity description

    Guess what's back....... himalayan balsam, the non native invasive species found along river system all across the UK. This species has adapted and now thrives dominates the river margins by out-competing other species. Come down and help us begin our balasm bash to remove this dominating species allowing others to thrive and help improve the local biodiversity. Join in, feel good with @TCVHounslow Green Gym!

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  • Monday 25th June 2018

    Bentley bash!

    With Biodiversity Action Team (North London)

    At Bentley Priory

    Activity description

    We will be working at the beautiful Bentley Priory, clearing himalayan balsam. Meet at the Masefield Avenue entrance (HA7 3LY) at 10am.

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