Ruxley Gravel Pits SSSI working group announces autumn/winter dates

Ruxley Gravel Pits is a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

Come and help conserve the key features of this important wildlife site on the Cray by the Bexley/Bromley border.

The birds have flown but the buddleia & the brambles continue to grow. It’s time to hack them back! Please come & help us keep our wet-lands wet and get some exercise at the same time. Equipment & instructions provided. All you need is long sleeves, long trousers, wellington boots & a packed lunch.

There are NO onsite facilities. Start at *10.30am* at the main gate. Finish at 2.30pm. Then round to the ‘pub if you want.

Ffi: Martin Watts & Linda Graham 01322 528 570 or mbl on day 07814 795 805) / martinwatts78@gmail.com / ljgraham21@googlemail.com

– 27th September 2015

– 18th October 2015

– 8th November 2015

– 6th December 2015

– 17th January 2016

– 7th February 2016

– 28th February 2016

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