Meet at 10 am at the Tyne Riverside Country Park car park at Low Prudhoe (next to Prudhoe railway station).
The task will be to cut back Whitebeam to create glades and to cut back Cotoneaster to open up bare ground. This should favour growth of the Dingy Skipper's food plant, Bird's-foot Trefoil.
Tools provided so you only need to bring wellies, clothes you don't mind getting mucky and a packed lunch.
Contact Dave Stebbings (see Branch web-site for contact details).