Starts: 6 March 2019
Feildes Weir, River Lee, Roydon
Join us on Wednesday 6 March between 10am and 3.30pm at Feildes Weir for an enjoyable day’s work at the meeting point of the Rivers Lee and Stort. We’ll be improving the area for all visitors by picking litter, cutting back vegetation and collecting flytipping. All tools and equipment will be provided, together with expert and friendly support and refreshments. We will be delighted to see you there. You're welcome to join us for the morning or bring a packed lunch and stay all day!
Meet us by Feildes Weir Lock, Rattys Lane, Roydon, approximate postcode EN11 0RF. The nearest station is Rye House which is 15 minute walk from the meeting point.
The Towpath Taskforce offers a great way to meet other local Trust volunteers and staff, learn new practical skills, hear about other volunteer opportunities or just spend a few hours outdoors improving your local waterway environment.
No experience is required, you just need to be willing to get stuck in and get dirty. Please wear old clothes appropriate for the weather conditions (e.g. waterproof jacket or sun hat) and sturdy soled footwear ideally work boots, walking boots or wellies. If possible, please contact us to let us know you're planning to come – sign up below or ring 0303 040 4040 for more details.