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Friends of Rings End Nature Reserve

The group meet on the second Sunday of the month at 10am.

Rings End Reserve

The Friends of Rings End Nature Reserve were officially constituted in January 2013 but have been an active group since September 2012.

Since the formation of the group, much progress has been made in promoting the nature reserve and the work of the Group, including:

Conservation work party in February to repair steps and rake grass from wildflower areas.

Site management walk in April to review past years work programme and discuss the coming years work programme.

Work undertaken by Community pay-back team on repairs to the boundary rabbit netting and filling-in of pot holes in car park.

New dog mess bin installed near to entrance

A Facebook page has been set up which is used to promote the Group, events and wildlife spotted on the reserve.

 

Future projects will include a number of on-going site maintenance works along with a number of new enhancement projects that would improve the site for its wildlife as well as site users.

On Sunday 2nd June 2013, the group held a launch party. There was various activities going on throughout the day. Please see the invite on right hand side of web page.

Take a look to hear Phil Clark, Cambs County Council, talking about the work the group do at the reserve and see how the launch party went:

Friends of Rings End Launch

For information on the groups activities, visit

Friends of Rings End Facebook Page Rings End Nature Reserve website

If you would like more information, contact the Street Pride Co-ordinator, streetpride@fenland.gov.uk or by telephone 01354 654321