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Volunteer Work Parties 2019

In 2019 the confirmed dates so far for volunteer work parties are:

Tuesday 15th January, Wednesday 23rd January (to be led by CMS), Monday 28th January (Hemel Hempstead), Tuesday 12th February and Tuesday 12th March

The locations / tasks for these work parties are largely dependent on what CMS are able / planning to do as their contribution to the GAP (management plan) and we will let you know as soon we can. 


Harpenden Springwatch Walk from Harpenden, Sunday 12 May 2019 at 10am

We will meet at the top end of Amenbury Lane car park. We will walk on local footpaths, taking in Knott Wood, Porridge Pot, and part of the Nickey Line, on a walk of about 5 miles, looking for evidence of the advancing Springtime

Wear stout footwear and appropriate clothing

Contact Roger on 01582 763560, or email if you need further information

Walk the length of the Nickey Line, Saturday 15 June 2019

The Nickey Line path is 7 miles long, and we will be walking from Hemel Hempstead to Harpenden, stopping at Redbourn for refreshments, before bussing back to Hemel.

This walk is arranged in conjuction with the Railway Ramblers

Details of the walk will be given nearer the date, but keep the date clear if you are interersted


Why not come along to one of our working parties and help with the management of the Nickey Line?

If you are interested, contact us with your details and we shall email you with future work parties

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