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Volunteer Newsletter 4th July

 
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Dear Volunteers,

Well, its fair to say that today was a little bit wet! After having to cancel a task last week due to the rain I didn’t want to have to do it again this week and I knew our volunteers wouldn’t let us down! Thanks so much to those who joined us today on our balsam bash at West Woodburn, a fantastic turn out on an extremely wet day! I am currently drying out in the office!

 

Just a quick reminder of tomorrow’s task…
Derwenthaugh Park- 10.30am-2.30pm-Balsam bash/ litter pick/ kick sampling session as part of the Land of Oak and Iron project along with volunteers from partners such as Durham Wildlife Trust. Please note if you would like a lift from the office I will be leaving at 9am to help set up. Tomorrow should be a fairly dry day! If you are meeting us on site please meet at Winlaton Mill car park at 10.30am- email me if you need directions! Please bring wellies and a packed lunch!!
Thanks everyone. Looking forward to seeing you soon.

Best Wishes,

Simone Price
Projects Manager & Volunteer Coordinator

Tyne River Catchment Services

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