Roving Conservation Team

Location: Various locations, throughout Suffolk
Our midweek teams help look after some of these special places by managing them in traditional ways such as coppicing woodlands in winter and mowing meadows in summer.

Our midweek volunteer team runs every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday - it is a great way to learn new skills and meet people. A mini bus runs collections from Ipswich and takes you on to your area of work for the day. The work is varied and interesting and covers many different habitiats.

No experience necessary…
Anyone over 16 can join the team. Parental consent is required for 16-18 Year olds. You need to be fit enough to carry out some physical work but you don’t have to make a great commitment because any time you can spare helps. All you need to bring is suitable footwear for the outdoors, a packed lunch and drink, wet weather outerwear and wear clothes you don’t mind getting a bit grubby.

Make new friends
Joining the team is a great way to meet people and get some fresh air and exercise  

Suffolk Wildlife Trust

Midweek Team Leader
Steve Hook

07824 516762 

For further information about how you can get involved with the midweek team please email Steve Hook or phone him on 07824 516762 

July 2019 Conservation Programme

(Pick Up, Top Gates, Christchurch Park, Westerfield Road)

Tue 02nd - Trimley Marshes - Ragwort Removal.

Wed 03rd - Snape Marshes - Heathland Restoration.

Thu 04th - Church Farm - Himalayan Balsam Removal.

 

Tue 09th - Groton Wood - Culvert Installation.

Wed 10th - Groton Wood - Culvert Installation.

Thu 11th - Trimley Marshes - Foreshore Litter Pick.

 

Tue 16th - Trimley Marshes - Post & Rail Installation (Bring Wellies).

Wed 17th - Trimley Marshes - Post & Rail Installation (bring Wellies).

Thu 18th - Newbourne Springs - Stock Fence removal.

 

Tue 23th - Martin's Meadow - Mowing.

Wed 24th - TBC.

Thu 25th - Darsham Marshes - Mowing.

 

Tue 30th - Snape Marshes - Mowing.

Wed 31st - Snape Marshes - Mowing.