One of Britain’s top wildlife sites with many rare species of wildflower and insects. Our work will focus on cutting back invasive cotoneaster to restore chalk grassland habitat. This should help butterflies such as the Adonis blue and silver-spotted skipper, and plants such as squinancywort and the clove-scented broomrape.
Need to know
10:00am until 15:00pm on the following dates:
17th and 27th November 2019, 11th December 2019, 8th and 22nd January 2020, 5th and 19th February 2020, 1st, 4th and 18th March 2020.
LEADER: Alfie Gay, White Cliffs Countryside Partnership (07734 777380). MEET: Gate next to the Bowls Club, Wear Bay Road, Folkestone, CT19 6AT.
WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING WITH YOU Bring plenty to drink and lunch if you intend to stay all day. We usually provide water, squash, tea and biscuits. We provide an experienced leader, training and supervision, tools and gloves, but please bring your own gear if you prefer.
WHAT YOU SHOULD WEAR • Sturdy boots or safety shoes (not trainers) with good grip and thick soles • Old clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty or torn • Long sleeved shirts and trousers to protect your limbs • Waterproofs/ wellies if rain forecast.