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Thursday, September 13, 2012


I've copied this from an email and its lost some format but I'll leave it here and see if I can do something about it!

Some extracts from our SWT e letter 

September News

Liz for vol ebulletin
Liz Francis - Volunteering Administrator, Somerset Wildlife Trust

It's been a busy couple of months!

Thanks to all those of you who have supported the Trust's surveys
and events over the summer.  Despite the weather's best efforts
at sabotage our volunteers have yet again shown they won't be beaten!
Those of you who fulfil key volunteer roles for SWT will be receiving
a letter from us in the next couple of months with a key volunteer
agreement to sign and return.  If you have any questions about this
please speak to your main contact at SWT or contact Janet Keeble,
Community and Volunteering Manager, who we have recently welcomed
back from maternity leave:  
In this edition of the volunteer e-newsletter we've got some great updates
from various volunteer groups throughout the county. 
If you are thinking of getting involved with a group but haven't yet
taken the first step we've got a number of ways you can start. 
What are you waiting for?

Help us protect important habitats within Somerset 

The Sedgemoor Conservation Volunteers are an established group who

 carry out practical tasks on a wide range of nature reserves.

They have a couple of dates coming up on SWT reserves; Sunday 23rd September at Great Breach Wood where they will be clearing glades of cut grass, and Sunday 7th October at Westhay Moor where they will be removing scrub. 

 Details of how to get involved are here.  

 SCVs 2012
 The Sedgemoor Conservation Volunteers

The East Poldens Conservation Volunteers are a small friendly group who are keen to expand and welcome new faces No experience needed, just
enthusiasm and a desire to help SWT on their nature reserves.
For more information and to book please contact Mark: or 01823 652408.  

Mark Green
Mark Green, Reserve Manager


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