Urban Nature Park
SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL GREEN SPACE
Making it happen
If you would like to be more involved in FOGWAM, we would welcome you as part of the Management Committee. Input into activity planning, dreaming up public events and telling people about whats going on. We meet 4times/year If you would like to know more join us at the AGM or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a voluntary group. If you would like to help please contact any member of the managment Committee or email email@example.com
Were now back in the woods with our ranger Matt working on various projects including creating a new glade and a dead wood hedge
Sun 23rd January
Sun 20th February
Sun 20th March
Sun April 17th
Sun 15th May
Sun June 12th
Sun July 10th
Sun Sept 4th and walking AGM
Sun Oct 2nd
Sun Oct 30th
Sun Nov 27th
Sun Dec 11th Jolly Holly
10am-1pm Meet at Crimicar Lane entrance. All welcome. Children to be accompanied by an adult. No experience needed, Please wear suitable clothes. Tools and tea provided by Council Rangers. Further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Annual General Meeting
Sun 4th September
We are actively seeking new members of the Management Committee. If you would like to join please join us at the Sept 4th workday to find out more more or email our Chairperson Teo at email@example.com
"Thank you for your stewardship of this dwindling yet valued space "
JOIN IN,CARE AND ENJOY
January 2013, snowy, cold but bright. A group of neighbours looking out over the bare but beautiful woods wondered allowed, wouldn't it be a good idea to take more care of our rather special local green space. Names were being exchanged, some knew it as Bluebell Wood, others as The Meadow and Field, the Local Authority named it as Crimicar lane Open Space, the old maps as Gilcrest Wood.
By the spring, with the support of Sheffield City Council, a public meeting of 30 people in Fullwood Chapel gave a full local mandate to initiating a voluntry Friends Group to take care of the Woods and Meadow.
This is your chance to join in and enjoy taking caring of our wild space, its plants and wildlife. Join us in planting, digging, clearing, surveying plants, bird and wildlife both little and large, and the satisfaction of a working together for a good thing.
Artwork by Martin Field more of his work https://ifieldart.wordpress.com/
Our aim is to offer some sympathetic care, conserve and encourage natural fauna and flora and generally improve the wild space of Glicrest Wood and Meadow
Nest find: we checked and cleared all the bird boxes we put up in 2014, and almost 50% of the 10 boxes had seen action. Chris has refurbished the boxes and weve just reset them.
SUPPORT THE CHILDREN