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Volunteers meeting at 10am at the Scout Hut car park off Southern Road. Mix of jobs including some weeding of planting hedge, river fly sampling and more. Wear wellies if working in the brook and bring your own work gloves. Finish by lunchtime.

A week later than usual due to Easter! Meet at 10am at the Scout Hut carpark, jobs still to be decided.

Volunteers meeting at 10am at the Scout Hut car park off Southern Road. Mix of jobs including spreading woodchips on muddy paths and hedge planting. Wear wellies and bring your own workgloves and a spade. Finish at lunchtime.

Volunteers meeting at 10am at the Scout Hut car park in Southern Road for a range of tasks, depending on the conditions. Come and help, but wear boots and bring work gloves.

Our first volunteer workparty of the new year. We will meet at 10am at the Scout Hut car park in Southern Road. Bring work gloves & boots. We are likely to be coppicing an old hawthorn hedge to rejuvenate it.

Meet at 10am at the Scout Hut car park in Southern Road to help with a range of tasks around the reserve. Wear wellies and bring work gloves. The main job will be to plant a new mixed hedge near the Oxford Road, so bring a spade!

Start at 10am, meet at the Scout Hut carpark in Southern Road, wear wellies and bring work gloves. We may be cutting reeds and sedges to improve their growth for wildlife. Finish at lunchtime!

Volunteer work party starts at 10am. Meet at the Scout Hut carpark in Southern Road, Thame. Wear old clothes and bring work gloves. Range of jobs to do. Finish about 1pm.

The volunteers are meeting at the car park in Southern Road on Sunday 15th August at 10am for a workparty.

The volunteers will be meeting at 10am on Sunday at the Scout hut car park in Southern Road to repair the board walk, do some weeding and count butterflies. Work will be in small socially distanced groups. Please bring your own work gloves.

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