Archive for September, 2010

November 2010

Mon 8/11/2010

12-2

2-3

LEAF Centre

Griffin Wood

Hedge Biodiversity Training

Open to other ‘Friends Groups’.

Please contact Helen Collins to book your place

Sat 13/11/2010

12.30-2.30

2.30-3.30

LEAF Centre

(Chester Lane Library)

Brickfields

Top Tips for Hedgerows with George Pilkington

Open to members of the public. Numbers limited, please book your place.

Sat 20/11/2010

11ish – 3ish

Griffin Wood

Clearing of nursery; plants for other areas labelled and bagged; others to be transplanted on site

Thurs 26/11/2010

6 –8 pm

LEAF Centre (Chester Lane Library)

Meeting – All Welcome!

1/2010

12-2

2-3

LEAF Centre

Griffin Wood

Hedge Biodiversity Training

Open to other ‘Friends Groups’.

Please contact Helen Collins to book your place

Sat 13/11/2010

12.30-2.30

2.30-3.30

LEAF Centre

(Chester Lane Library)

Brickfields

Top Tips for Hedgerows with George Pilkington

Open to members of the public. Numbers limited, please book your place.

Sat 20/11/2010

11ish – 3ish

Griffin Wood

Clearing of nursery; plants for other areas labelled and bagged; others to be transplanted on site

Thurs 26/11/2010

6 –8 pm

LEAF Centre (Chester Lane Library)

Meeting – All Welcome!

October 2010

Fri. 8/10/2010 From 1 pm Griffin Wood We will be starting our construction of a Hibernacular
Sat. 9/10/2010 am LEAF Centre and Brickfields Top Tree Tips with George Pilkington

Open to the public.

Thurs 14/10/2010 6-8pm LEAF Centre(Chester Lane Library) Meeting of The Friends of Griffin Wood
Sat 23/10/2010 11ish – 3ish Griffin Wood Weeding of new hedgerow; litter; replacement of broken tree straps; removal of tree guards from dead trees in Dog Kennel Plantation; identification of sites for transplanting trees from nursery.

If you would like to help then please come along. All welcome

If you would like more details of any of the above events please contact us, or why not come along and say hello.

New compost bin

Following on from the composting course held in May, the Friends of Griffin Wood decided to build their own Compost Bin. Ste’s fishing umbrella helped with the heavy rain and the old fashioned hand drill showed off the failing power tools.