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Ridding Brook Volunteer Day

09-09-21 10:00 - 13:00
Ridding Brook
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Join Don Catchment Rivers Trust for a volunteer day on the Rother Catchment . All abilities welcome!

If you would like to join our events and are new to the Trust, please email volunteer@dcrt.org.uk to get signed up!

Location: Please meet near the junction of Coniston Road and Racecourse Road, Chesterfield, S41 8NW- https://goo.gl/maps/WhzZ4ExFhd9Hx1jN9

What to bring: We will provide all necessary equipment and refreshments. All you need to wear is appropriate outdoor clothing (waterproof, long sleeves and trousers) and sturdy shoes.

Tasks include: Litter picking, channel debris/litter removal

Timings: 10am – 1pm (break 11.30am)

Contact us: via email at volunteer@dcrt.org.uk

We will be following all Government guidelines relating to COVID 19 at the time of the event.

 

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    If you would like to join our events and are new to the Trust, please email volunteer@dcrt.org.uk to get signed up!

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    Tasks include: Litter picking, channel debris/litter removal

    Timings: 10am - 1pm (break 11.30am)

    Contact us: via email at volunteer@dcrt.org.uk

    We will be following all Government guidelines relating to COVID 19 at the time of the event.

     

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    Join Don Catchment Rivers Trust for a volunteer day on the Rother Catchment . All abilities welcome!

    If you would like to join our events and are new to the Trust, please email volunteer@dcrt.org.uk to get signed up!

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    Tasks include: Litter picking, channel debris/litter removal

    Timings: 10am - 1pm (break 11.30am)

    Contact us: via email at volunteer@dcrt.org.uk

    We will be following all Government guidelines relating to COVID 19 at the time of the event.

     

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    Join us for a day on the River Rother collecting freshwater invertebrates using the kick sampling method from the riverbed. We'll identify invertebrates such as mayfly, caddisfly, freshwater shrimp, leeches and flatworms during the day - the assemblage and diversity of these tiny creatures can give an indication of the health of the river.

     

    To find out more about the river rother freshwater invertebrate project click here
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