Give nature a boost by volunteering with the Friends of Rings End

Rings End Nature Reserve volunteers

Rings End Nature Reserve volunteers - Credit: Archant

Nature lovers are invited to get involved with a volunteer group that helps preserve a slice of the Fens at a local popular pocket park.

The Friends of Rings End Nature Reserve are a group of volunteers that come together to help the reserve, near March.

The group has a working party organised for Sunday November 9 from 9.30am to 1.30pm to carry out work in the area.

Anyone interested in helping should meet in the car park at Rings End Nature Reserve, Twenty Foot Road, Chain Bridge.

The group holds meetings at March Library once every two months to discuss future events and work parties.


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The next meeting is on December 16 at 7pm. New members are always welcome to join.

A spokesman said: “It’s a great group and a brilliant way to help nature and meet new friends, if you are interested in helping in any way you can take the first step by joining our Facebook group.”

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