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[11 DEC 98] WARWICKSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST PRESS RELEASE
Working For Wildlife

Everyone is welcome at Warwickshire Wildlife Trust's programme of conservation work parties. There are many events where volunteers - experienced or not - will be able to join the vital work of the Trust's Green Teams. All of the work parties start at 10.00am unless otherwise stated.

Volunteers will have the chance to learn a variety of conservation skills at the same time as making friends with those sharing an interest in conservation. Children are also welcome to come along. . provided they are accompanied by a-parent or guardian.

20 December Ufton Fields, Ufton Glade and meadow management
20 December Shadowbrook Meadows, Hampton-in Arden Coppicing alder by hand
20 December Temple Balsall, Nr Balsall Common Pond and woodland management

Reserves Manager, Phil Clark said:

"Conservation work parties provide an ideal opportunity for people to show they care for wildlife and lend their support for the leading local conservation charity."

For further details of the activities and reserve meeting points please contact the Reserves Team on 01203 308979
   

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