Monthly Volunteer Programme

Volunteer Project Programme –October 2017

03000 415 217 sara.spellman@kent.gov.uk
Office: 01322 621 239

Wednesday 4th-M.A.D.D (Make a difference day)

Radnor House are bring a team of young people to Edenbridge water meadows, giving something back to the community by helping to manage this area for wildlife and people alike.

We are asking for as many volunteers as possible for this volunteer day.  You will need to arrive earlier than usual to HP (8:30) or meet us at the Rugby hall (9:30) on the meadows.

Please let Catherine know if you can make it.

Led By Catherine (07976834447)

 

Thursday 5th- East Wickham primary Academy, Wickham St, Welling DA16 3BP

We will be creating one raised bed for them to have a mini allotment near their school.

Led by Sara Spellman (07809334071)

 

Wednesday 11th- 100 year Wood

Vegetation management at this relatively young woodland for the benefit of wildflowers and wildlife.

Led by Mark Gallant (mobile (07740 185 228)

 

Thursday 12th- East Wickham Primary School, Wickham St, Welling DA16 3BP

Subject to the funding being received for this schools project, we will be creating two raised beds for them to have a mini allotment near their school.

Led by Sara Spellman (07809334071)

 

Wednesday18 th-100 year Wood

Vegetation management at this relatively young woodland for the benefit of wildflowers and wildlife.

Led by Mark Gallant (mobile (07740 185 228

 

Thursday 19th- Eynsford allotment

Vegetation management.

Led by Mark Gallant (mobile (07740 185 228

 

Wednesday 25th-Wilmington Grammar for Girls School, Wilmington, Dartford

Managing some rather overgrown vegetation and removing raised beds so they can re-use this lovely tiled balcony area for their lunchtimes.

Led by Catherine (07976834447) or Sara Spellman (07809334071)

 

Thursday 26th- Wilmington Grammar for Girls School, Wilmington, Dartford

Managing some rather overgrown vegetation and removing raised beds so they can re-use this lovely tiled balcony area for their lunchtimes.

Led by Catherine (07976834447) or Sara Spellman (07809334071)

 

If there are any updates or changes with the programme we will update it regularly on the volunteer page on our website (www.nwkcp.org ) and via email

Please remember to bring with you suitable clothes for the weather conditions, a packed lunch and suitable footwear (we insist working boots with steel toecap and mid sole are worn at all time to comply with health and safety and insurance considerations). We will supply all other equipment, gloves and safety equipment and also hot drinks and biscuits throughout the day.

Each project will be led by a NWKCP member of staff who will be more than happy to answer any questions that you have throughout the day. A health and safety talk will also be given at the beginning of each project. If you are planning to come out on a project for the first time this month then please let us know beforehand which day that will be.

We write a risk assessment for each task day, and a copy of this will be brought to the site and available for you to read if you wish.

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