How To Join Us

 

Whether you are looking to meet new people, would like  to join in  activities and events, wish  to gain work experience,  learn more about your natural surroundings or would simply like to improve your mental and physical health, then joining Lower Burgh Meadow Conservation Group is for you.

We are always happy to have new members on Lower Burgh Meadow. It’s completely free to join and open to anyone, though we do ask if you are under 16, please bring a parent or guardian with you.

We provide all the tools necessary for the work day. Please wear suitable clothing (for all weathers!) and sturdy footwear.

Bring with you a pack lunch and drink.                                                                                    

Its a good idea to make sure your tetanus inoculation is us to date.                                   We usually work from 10am till 3pm, you don’t have to book in advance, ( unless stated on our conclusive programme page) 

Whatever task we do, the aim is always to enjoy yourself. We have members of all ages, both men and women. There is no commitment required and everyone is encouraged to work at their own pace.

STAGE 1
Use the contact page on this website to get in touch with us and log your interest, sending us your land line telephone  number  The Group Secretary will then ring you for a chat and to invite you to walk the meadow, giving you the history of the group and describing the type of work we do. Should you then wish still to join our most active group, we would need your name and contact details for our records.

BENEFITS FOR YOU
Joining a team full of enthusiasm, helping the wildlife on the meadow to flourish.Enables you keep fit and well, whilst having fun with the team.Gets you out in the fresh air .Our team is full of characters, good for a laugh, but all with one goal in mind: to increase the diversity of Lower Burgh Meadow and surrounding woodland
YEAR CALENDAR
Work days and meetings are held once a month, with other events occurring throughout the year. These encourage participation by the public, with Group awareness days, meadow walks, coach trips etc.
Please see Programme web page.

You would be joining a great team with all sorts of characters, good for a laugh, but the common purpose of looking after the meadow and woodland.

 

 

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