Rupert's Wood Conservation Days

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Rupert's Wood

For over 20 years, Go Volunteer has enjoyed a close link with Rupert’s Wood in Otterburn, welcoming thousands of volunteers, children, and vulnerable adults to learn how to care for the natural world. We’ve aimed to create a safe and accessible place where children and young people can explore and discover trees, bugs and themselves through play, guided investigation and conservation.

To prepare the wood for residentials there are conservation tasks which need to be done throughout the year, so we are always looking for new volunteers to join the group.

Rupert's Wood Conservation Task Dates:

Thurs 15th Feb 10.30-3.30

Thu 22rd Feb 10.30-3.30

Contact student lead Edward Bickerdike (UG) E.Bickerdike@newcastle.ac.uk to come along. 

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