We are a group of volunteers who carry out practical conservation tasks under the supervision of the professional staff of the London Borough of Bromley.
Our aims are:
- To assist in providing an educational experience for the public in the wildlife, sustainability, history and biodiversity of High Elms Country Park.
- To help to secure and promote the conservation and protection of High Elms Country Park, to monitor its plants, animals and wildlife habitats and maintain and improve its biodiversity.
- To promote its use as a place for quiet, informal enjoyment, recreation and study.
- To help with practical conservation work through voluntary action for the benefit of wildlife and the community under the supervision of, or with the approval of, the London Borough of Bromley and its professional officers.
Monday afternoons – we meet at 12:50pm every Monday outside the Countryside Office. All tools and equipment are provided
Saturdays - work days are held on occasional Saturdays throughout the year. All tools and equipment are provided.
Task sheet for Jan - Mar 2016.pdf