Curry Woods Conservation Trust
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Lock down - again!
Unfortunately plans for a second major planting session have had to be put on hold. We were particularly looking forward to a group of 30 from the school, led by Outdoors Coordinator Emily Langford, coming to plant on January 14 th. However, if the school is back at half term there will still be time for them to get involved.
Meantime the next 200 trees will arrive on 14th and will be available for people to plant by themselves if they would like to.Their positions are marked out and full instructions will be sent to anyone contacting cwctrust@ aol.com. We'd be thrilled to hear from you!
There is a map of the site on our web site. If you are not sure where the CWCT land is! Starting from in front of the church, walk away from the green and turn sharp left up Butt Lane. At the top, where Butt Lane meets Dyers Road, carry on straight over into the unnamed lane going north. (It is actually Hellards Hill Lane but isn't marked.) Follow the lane round two bends, first to right and next to left. Carry on on the next bend to the right, but don't turn, instead walk straight ahead into the CWCT land. You can't miss it now as the 200 trees already planted are very obvious in their green guards! It's a nice walk from the green ,taking 15-20 minutes and can be made into a circular walk if you carry on down the lane and take the footpath to your right before the house at the end of the lane. That brings you out to Dyers Road, cross over and keep straight on back to the green!
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If you would like to become a member of the Trust and be able to attend meetings and have your say please contact the Secretary at 07903030533 or email email@example.com.
At last we are owners of the land and have secured a grant for 400 trees, with protective guards and stakes - many thanks to Reimagining the Levels and the Somerset Rivers Authority Trees for Water campaign for these.
The lockdown has scuppered our plans for planting at the moment,and we want as many people as possible to volunteer to get involved. Watch this space and the Curry Rivel website for dates and more information.