Join the Friends of the Don Valley Way as we litter pick the canal toe path behind Parkgate shopping center in Rotherham. We will be meeting at 10am on Stonerow Way behind the shopping center near the footbridge that crosses the railway line, and finishing at 1pm with a break half way through for refreshments.
Please wear suitable clothing for outdoor work, including sturdy footwear.
For more information email email@example.com or contact Anthony Cox on 07384 543124.
Join the Don Catchment Rivers Trust for Wildlife Wednesday’s in the Moss Valley every third Wednesday of the month. These volunteer days aimed at restoring the riverine environment. All abilities welcome!
Timings: 10am – 3pm with a break for lunch and refreshments. Feel free to come to part of the day if required.
What to bring: We will provide all necessary equipment and refreshments. All you need to wear is appropriate outdoor clothing and sturdy shoes.
Location: The meeting point will change each week depending on what task we will be doing. The main meeting points are the fishing ponds car park next to the Bridge Inn pub in Ridgeway and the junction of Gashouse Lane and Mill Lane near Eckington (S21 4EP) Sign-up as a volunteer under ‘catchment volunteer’ here to receive updated meeting points.
Contact us: via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01302 439081
Rotherham Trades Club, Greasbrough Rd, Rotherham S60 1RB, UK
Join the Friends of the Don Valley Way as we remove litter from in and around the River Don in Central Rotherham. We will be meeting at 10am outside the Chapel on the Bridge, and finishing at 1pm with a break half way through for refreshments.
Please wear suitable clothing for outdoor work including sturdy footwear.
For more information please email email@example.com or contact Anthony Cox on 0738 543124.
An evening course delivered by Principal Ecologist and bat expert Robert Bell on how to identify, record and survey the bat species found around the rivers in Chesterfield. The evening will finish with a dusk bat walk around the river Rother and the Avenue Washlands, where we will practise using bat detectors to identify different species by their characteristic sounds.
Location: Grassmoor Community Centre [New St, Grassmoor, Chesterfield S42 5EE] Time: 6.15-9.15pm
Free to DCRT Volunteers, nominal fee for non-volunteers of £10.
Want to come along – download a Training Request Form here.