March Update – Big Picnic in the Park


Posted by Coordinator | Posted in Event, Nature Trail Improvements, Nature Watch | Posted on 09-03-2012

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Queen Diamond Jublilee Big Picnic in the Park Monday 4 June

Come and celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jublilee at our community Big Picnic in the Park.  As it is unlikely to be another Diamond Jublilee in the foreseeable, come and make this a truly memorable day.

A Big Community Picnic will be held instead of a QDJ Fete. Sadly insufficient volunteers came forward to help with the fete.
Bring your own picnic, tables and chairs. Do contact us if you wish to have a stall. Put this on your calendar and bring along some friends. Dress up in costumes or put your glad rags on. Ideas welcome. We still hope to raise funds for Help for Heros or the British Legion.

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Nature Trail Repairs 31 March: Somersham – Stirling Way section

The first repair session this year is on Sat 31 March 10am – 12 noon. Give yourself a free workout!

Please meet at Wyton Park entrance at 10 am. Bring a rake, spade and a barrow. All help will be appreciated. Drop me a line if you can help.

Nature Watch

A Birds and Wildlife Sighting page has been added to the website by Will. Lesley has kindly submitted a super write up of her recent sightings. Do submit your sightings to us for inclusion. Share your experience.
02 Feb – Tina reported spotted one of the Red Kites over Elizabeth house , drifting slowly towards Rivenhall End. She also saw 4 Long-tailed Tits in her garden in Russettwood 2 days previous.
05 & 09 Mar - We heard the unmistaken sound of a woodpecker in Henry Wood twice this week after an absence of a year.

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