Sunday 6th February 2022, 10:00am-3:00pm
Wakebarrow, Whitbarrow Scar
- Chris Winnick
- 01539 728254
Care with Coronavirus
Wearing masks should not be necessary during outdoor conservation work but it may still be useful to have your own mask and sanitiser with you just to cover all possible situations. We want you to feel comfortable at this work party.
You must read the notice about Coronavirus-please follow the link https://butterfly-conservation.org/in-your-area/cumbria-branch/covid-19-information-work-parties-autumn-2021
Booking is essential, email Chris Winnick at
Meet at 10:00 at the parking place defined by the grid reference (please note that the parking area may change-check this site for details). Check the web site for last minute changes. Dress appropriately for Cumbrian weather, boots, waterproofs, warm clothing and, bring lunch and drinks. We supply tools and protective items.
Small scale chain saw work, bow saws and loppers to create a new and more open habitat along a ride to create connectivity between the north-south foot path and Farrer's Allotment
Directions: Turn off A590 at Gilpin Bridge and follow the Lyth Valley road, A5074. Take first turning left, where the main road bears right. After 500m, turn left into Johnscales. There is a locked gate on right. Please wait by gate and we’ll offer lifts, up a good forestry road. Grid reference SD 462867 Sat nav LA8 8DG