Woodland Conservation Volunteers
There are four Woodland Conservation sessions each month. The Friends of Oxleas Woodlands Woodland Conservation Group meets two Fridays and one Tuesday per month. The Shooters Hill Woodlands Work Party
- which has been working closely with Greenwich Council since 1994 - meets on the 2nd Saturday of the month.
The conservation groups consist of volunteers over the age of 18 and undertake a range of tasks, including - clearance of rhododendron and sycamore, dead-hedge construction, ditch clearing, pond renovation, holly reduction, path maintenance etc. No special skills or knowledge is required, and we provide tools. You must provide your own gloves and we recommend clothing and boots suitable for working in woodland (think mud and brambles!) Everyone over the age of 18 is welcome - but expect to get grubby !!!!
All conservation groups meet at 10am and generally continue working in the woods until about 1pm.
To become a volunteer email us at email@example.com