Clifton upon Dunsmore Parish Conservation Group

AIMS OF THE GROUP

  • To protect the biodiversity of the parish both now and in the future.
  • To encourage local people to get involved with ‘hands on’ work parties and activities on the sites.
  • To provide and improve access to the sites for the general public, especially local people.
  • To participate in local and national surveys in order to provide a record of the biodiversity in the parish, where appropriate.
  • To provide opportunities for education through local involvement with schools, youth and other community groups

The notes of the first meeting of the group – held on 22 September 2016 are now available. Please click on the link below.

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Projects in the pipeline

  • Newton Road – a potential wild flower bank by the Glebe Allotments
  • Funeral Bier Restoration
  • St Mary’s Churchyard – Fence Restoration
  • Pocket park – clearance of ivy and brambles. (in consultation with Orbit Housing)
  • Church Street and Lions Path – clearing back of footpaths
  • Half yearly litter pick – November 2016
  • Planting 600 Crocus bulbs – donated by Rugby Rotary Club

If you are interested in knowing more about this opportunity to get involved then please contact Councillor Lesley Edwards on 07973849335 or email clerk@cliftonupondunsmore.org.uk.

The Clifton upon Dunsmore Parish Conservation Group has now established its Terms of Reference and produced an Action Plan.

Terms of Reference conservation-group-tor-02112016

Action Plan conservation-group-action-plan-02112016

Churchyard Working Party – October 2016

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