Wednesday, 5 October 2011

Northwich Woodlands................................. and it's fantastic volunteers

I have just discovered this short video clip on You Tube.
This is my local patch and the people that look after it..... they all really care.

 
Dave James is the guy who replied to my e-mail recently about the drought at Haydn's Pool.
The clip of the Sand Martin bank and hide were taken at Haydn's.
His reply to my e-mail was very positive.
 I now intend to join the Friends of Anderton and Marbury (FOAM) after viewing the work they do.
I work full time so my support may be limited... fund raising maybe?

15 comments:

Horst in Edmonton said...

Awesome vid clip. do the volunteers keep some of that wood for heating their homes?

grammie g said...

Hi Andrew..That is a great work being done to help maintain the conservation of the area...very informative video clip...
I would love to be involved in something like that !!

grace

Bob Bushell said...

Good volunteering. I wish that I could do it.

Larry said...

What a great group of folks keeping up your patch for you Andrew! Thanks for posting the video.

eileeninmd said...

Wonderful that so many care about your birding spot. It is wonderful that it is being conserved.

bailey-road.com said...

What a lovely place! Thank goodness for the volunteers to help keep up with the maintenance. I like the sheep!

Springman said...

Great video Andrew! Volunteering means so to our community spirit and quality of life. I'm with you, when my work days diminish I plan on contributing more than just financially to a worthy group such as this! Splendid!

Jean said...

Andrew, This is a "feel good" video!

ADRIAN said...

Really excellent.

mick said...

Interesting video. Without volunteers many of the local environmental jobs wouldn't get done.

Mimmu said...

Thank you for your visit my site :)
A sense of community is a wonderful thing even you can participate in it only now and then.
Nice autumn days to you!

joo said...

It's wonderful to see that there are people who care!

The Herald said...

Andrew, an excellent video.

What would all our 'special' places be like without the help of all the marvellous volunteers?...[;o)

Gary said...

Great video Andrew, showing the importance of volunteers. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Horst in Edmonton said...

Good to hear that the wood from the park is used for so many wonderful things, including firewood. Would be a shame to let that wonderful wood rot. Although rotten wood is great for the trees if left in the bush.