Thursday, 18 October 2018

Volunteers Work Programme: 19 Oct 2018 - 15 Feb 2019

2018

19 Oct - Lamaload Reservoir - works to slow the flow nr the reservoir

26 Oct - Woodford - woodland management / install footpath sign

2 Nov -  Lamaload Reservoir - works to slow the flow nr the reservoir

9 Nov - Woodford - woodland management/
             Savio House: 1st Aid Course day 1 (Sue, Angela,Vic, Tony, Dave T, Malcolm, Lester)

16 Nov - Lamaload Reservoir - works to slow the flow nr the reservoir
               Savio House: 1st Aid Course day 2 (Sue, Angela, Vic)

23 Nov - Lamaload Reservoir - works to slow the flow nr the reservoir

30 Nov - Lamaload Reservoir - works to slow the flow nr the reservoir

7 Dec - Disley Quakers Meeting House - hedgelaying, etc.

14 Dec - Woodford - woodland management

21 Dec - Savio & Christmas lunch at the Church House Bollington (£20)

2019

04 Jan - Homestead Farm, Bakestonedale, Pott Shrigley hedge re-laying etc

11 Jan - Homestead Farm, Bakestonedale, Pott Shrigley hedge re-laying etc
 
18 Jan - Lamaload Reservoir - works to slow the flow nr the reservoir
 
25 Jan - Lamaload Reservoir - works to slow the flow nr the reservoir

01 Feb - Woodford woodland management

08 Feb - Lamaload Reservoir - works to slow the flow nr the reservoir

15 Feb - Lamaload Reservoir - works to slow the flow nr the reservoir 

Wednesday, 17 October 2018

About the KRIV volunteers

About the KRIV volunteers

Volunteers meet at 9.40 each Friday at the east car park Savio House and then collect tools and equipment at the J.U.G. barn, Savio House.  Wear clothing and boots suitable for outdoor work and bringing a packed lunch.  Cars may be left during the day in the east car park at Savio House.  Tools are provided and where tasks require personal protective equipment such as hi-viz vests, safety helmets, hedging gauntlets or safety glasses, this will be provided too.  If not working locally, we car-share to the work site.  
The work programme is published three months ahead and any changes made within the programme period are added here as soon as possible.

The KRIV countryside volunteer group was formed during the Kerridge Ridge and Ingersley Vale Landscape Partnership Project, the first such project supported by the UK Heritage Lottery Fund.

The volunteer group works in the KRIV area to consolidate and maintain the achievements of the HLF-supported  project but their work range extends to elsewhere in Bollington and Rainow.  Hedges have also been laid in Disley, Pott Shrigley and Higher Hurdsfield.