Volunteering opportunity

Wildlife & Wellbeing space: advice needed

2 Volunteers required
2 spaces remaining
308 days remaining
Location
Skills
  • Environmental surveys
What matters to you
  • Wildlife / nature / outdoors
  • Parks / green spaces
  • Health / wellbeing
  • Gardening / growing
  • Community / neighbourhood action
Bristol neighbourhood(s)
  • Redfield / Whitehall
  • Montpelier / Stokes Croft / St Andrews / Ashley Down
  • Fishponds / Hillfields / Chester Park / Lodge Hill
  • Eastville / Rose Green / Clay Hill
  • Easton / Baptist Mills / Greenbank
  • Bristol City Centre
  • Barton Hill / Lawrence Hill / Newtown

We are looking for someone who could come and give advise on a wildlife area in the grounds of City Academy Bristol and opposite Easton Community Childrens centre (Lawrence Hill)

The wildlife area is in a triangular section of land next door to our thriving community allotment.

The wildlife area has become overgrown and is not used and city academy are looking for guidance to make better use of the area which will in turn benefit allotment users and could also open up the space for use by staff, parents and children at ECCC and CAB. 

Ideally we are looking for someone who could spare an hour to come and look at what is growing on the site and suggest how the area is best managed for wildlife and poeple to learn from, enjoy and use. 

 

 

Venue

BS5 9JH

When: Every week

Provided by City Academy Bristol Community Allotment

Contact name
Nic Ferris
Email address
allotmentcommunitycab@gmail.com

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