May workdays at Braeburn Park

Work continues apace at the London Wildlife Trust’s new reserve in Crayford, just up the road from the railway station.

The following details of sessions in May have been received from Shaun Marriott, Reserves Officer (South), Phone: 020 7252 9186 / Mobile: 07710194268 / <smarriott@wildlondon.org.uk>

He says: please note that locations and tasks can change at short notice, due to poor weather, health and safety, etc – so please don’t just turn up without checking. I’ll update everyone I know about by mobile text in such circumstances, and as soon as possible.

Please remember to wear suitable clothing, including sturdy outdoor footwear, as well as bringing a packed lunch and some water for yourself.

*         Hot drinks and biscuits will be available on site

Thurs, 7th

*         Constructing notice boards for entrances

*         Installing post/rail fencing above sand banks

Fri, 8th

*         Installing post/rail fencing above sand banks

*         Litter pick/clear stacked rubbish around site

Thurs, 14th

*         Complete drainage channel on new steps

*         Cut grass around playground area

*         Gather accumulated rubbish from around site

Fri, 15th

*         Level footpath ruts and barrow/lay in type 1 ballast

Thurs, 21st

*         Cut grass around playground area

*         Clear overgrown footpaths

*         Gather accumulated rubbish from around site

Braeburn Park - looking north to the wooded ridge of the Cray valley side from the bund by the industrial estate. (Photo: Chris Rose)

Braeburn Park – looking north to the wooded ridge of the Cray valley side from the bund by the industrial estate. (Photo: Chris Rose)

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