we hope you’ve been keeping safe & well in these strange times and that you’ve also been able to benefit from all that Narroways offers – whether it’s a green space to exercise, moments of peace & reflection, a connection with nature or simply general wellbeing.
We’d also like to thank all the people who took the initiative during their walks on Narroways to litter-pick and clear up as best they can over the lock-down period. All these small acts are what makes our community and helps keep nature thriving in this little haven in the inner city.
Now that the coronavirus restrictions have partially eased we can resume our volunteer workdays – though with a few necessary operational tweaks.
Our first volunteer workday back is on Saturday 11 July.
Meet as usual at 10:30 am by the bench at the top of Narroways Hill.
Our main tasks will be cutting back vegetation especially where it is growing over paths, and tacking the everlasting pea to keep it under control, as well as the usual litter-pick.
We will be complying with current social-distancing rules by keeping to groups of no more than 6, while still keeping to 2 metres apart individually.
Importantly: please bring your own tools, particularly secateurs and gloves.
Also, here are the dates of the volunteer workdays for the rest of the year:
Saturday 8 August,
*Sunday* 6 September,
Saturday 10 October,
Saturday 7 November,
Saturday 12 December.
Look forward to seeing you next Saturday,
Kathryn, Jon, Tej, and the Narroways trustees.