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Blackmoor Copse Conservation Group

Date/Time
Tuesday 02 June 2015 at 10:30

The BCCG is an active, genuinely friendly group of volunteers which meets regularly in Blackmoor Copse to help with all kinds of conservation work. We are definitely NOT a clique and welcome new helpers with open arms… and a bowsaw and loppers!

If you’re interested in learning what we do, please see the BCCG – (Blackmoor Copse Conservation Group), page of this website.

We meet on the FIRST TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH ALL THROUGH THE YEAR. We meet at 10.30 am at the White’s Common entrance gate (there’s a RoW sign) and all tools, gloves and training are provided.
For further information or directions for where we meet do phone Sue Walker/Tony Goddard on 01722 712713

We work for as long as we wish – a couple of hours or so or right up until 3 pm or so (whatever suits each person). We bring our own hot drinks, and a packed lunch picnic if staying all day, and take regular breaks and a very relaxed lunch break.

Large map with tools and parkingWe park at the gate that’s just below Manor Cottage, but on the opposite side of Ben Lane (see map above).

If we can get a few extra helpers to join us now and then or regularly that would be absolutely brilliant!

Thanks, Sue Walker

Location
Blackmoor Copse