We need volunteers to help us plant some new hedges
Join us this March in planting a brand-new hedgerow to create wildlife corridors on the Mary Hare site. Many hands make light work! Green-thumbed or not, all skill levels are welcome.
9:30 am - 3.30 pm Wednesday 20th March 2024
Refreshments will be available.
Volunteers should bring their own gloves, trowels or spades and water bottle.
Click here to reserve your space!
Why plant hedgerows?
Hedgerows are important for a wide range of species, providing nesting sites and food for birds, insects and small mammals, whilst also acting as wildlife corridors, connecting otherwise isolated habitats. It is important to plant hedgerows as across the UK they are increasingly under threat. Mary Hare has been kindly donated 330 metres of hedgerow as part of our conservation efforts to connect hedgerows along Arlington lane to Millenium woods.