John Morris, Director of the Chiltern Woodlands Project and an active member of Cuttle Brook Conservation Volunteers, has kindly offered to give an introduction to Cuttle Brook. During the walk, you will look at the variety of habitats around the site and what work the volunteers have done to manage the area over the last 25 years.
This will be of particular interest to all involved or who wish to be involved in Thame Green Living, one of the aims of which is to ensure that Thame and its environs do all that’s possible to enrich the variety and quantity of non-invasive species. With concern over the degradation of much of the natural environment in the UK, Thame Green Living wishes to be part of turning things round for the better.
Meet at the Scout Hut at the Southern Road car park, Saturday 14th September, 10am. It is expected to finish by 12 noon. If you would like to be part of the TGL initiative, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.There are a variety of ways to help, one of which is a simple survey of your local neighbourhood. Guidance is available.