Volunteers needed to work at Lime Kiln Way wildlife site

Volunteers needed to work at Lime Kiln Way wildlife site

The down above Lime Kiln Way was designated as a County Wildlife Site in 2013 and has recently been transferred to the ownership of Salisbury City Council. It will be managed as a Local Nature Reserve for the benefit of the community and the wildlife that can be found there. In the meantime scrub is encroaching across much of the site which will gradually lead to the loss of open grassland which supports a wealth of wildflowers and butterflies.

Volunteers are to continue with the work started during the winter of 2015/16 to clear scrub, open up the pathways and improve access. Everyone welcome.

Work Days:
Wednesdays – November 30th, January 11th, February 8th & March 8th 10.00-1.00 pm Led by Wiltshire Council Countryside Ranger
Saturdays – December 10th, January 21st, February 25th & March 25th 10.00-1.00 pm Led by Salisbury Wildlife Group

All tools provided, wear suitable clothing and bring a mug for hot drinks.

Meet at: Play Area in the Recreation Ground off Andrews Way, SP2 8QR.

Car parking available nearby. If joining after the start come and find us on site.

For more information, please contact Karen Linaker on 01722 434697,

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