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Newfield Spring Woods Volunteer Day – NFM (must book)

21-08-21 10:00 - 15:00
Newfield Spring Woods
Address: Cannot determine address at this location.

Tasks: natural flood management – including mini-leaky dam installation, gulley-stuffing, willow spiliing, log-jams.

Please be aware that face coverings are required to be worn for the task as we will be operating within 1m+ social distancing. DCRT are able to provide a clean, disposable facemask. If you would prefer to bring your own face covering to the day you are welcome to.

Timing: 10am – 3pm

DCRT staff have been working to make the volunteering experience as safe as possible, with new systems to protect you in place.

This day will have a limit of 5 volunteers. You will need to book on to sessions in advance and provide details for Track & Trace. An electronic risk assessment and guidance sheet will be sent to your email address before the task.

All equipment is provided. Volunteers will receive on loan their own hand-gel, gloves and hi-vis from the DCRT team.

There will be the opportunity for a tea break and lunch during this session.

To join in please register through the ticket link here https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/157966230247. If you have any queries or concerns about the running of the day you can email info@dcrt.org.uk.

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