Green Bank Protection Works


Reference: OPP0005521

Activities: Practical

Starts: 16 November 2017 to 17 November 2017

CH-015-002 Bridge 68 Clayworth Otters Bridge

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Canal & River Trust manages 63 of the UK’s most important wildlife sites - Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). They are particularly important for rare water plants and animals such as water voles, native crayfish, dragonflies, otters and even water shrews. They range from canals in urban areas, to reservoirs and even disused rural canal arms.
Through the Trust’s ‘Making Special Places For Nature’ Project, 10 key sites have been identified for attention this year, supported by the generosity from players of People’s Postcode Lottery.
A Canal bank section, south of Drakeholes, near Bawtry, will be improved with planted coir roll structures to protect the bank from further erosion and improve local biodiversity. It is a fantastic opportunity to experience learning new outdoor skills, help enhance the environment and be part of a friendly team. Tools and equipment will be provided along with refreshments and some informal training


- Opportunity to directly support the Trust’s Asset Delivery Volunteering Team, learn new skills and enhance the environment.
- Working with a friendly team.
- Personal Protective Equipment provided.
- Shelter and refreshments provided (although you will have to provide your own lunch).
- A site induction will be given and any relevant training required for the role.

Skills required

Health & Safety knowledge/understanding would be preferable, along with a Good level of customer service/communication skills

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