Nature Tots is Cheshire Wildlife Trust’s toddler group aimed at encouraging pre-school children, aged 2-4, to gain a love for nature and wildlife. These sessions are held outdoors and encourage young children to explore the natural environment. Thanks to the support of players of People’s Postcode Lottery, the Trust is offering free sessions at Spud […]
As part of Lymm Festival Friends of Spud Wood are hosting an event to launch their new permanent orienteering course. The “Family Orienteering @ Spud Wood” free event is on Saturday 22 June running between 3-7pm, starting at Oughtrington Community Centre (on Oughtrington Crescent), with last entries at 6.30pm. There are a number of different […]
In February staff and contractors from the Bridgewater Canal Company spent a day helping the Friends of Spud Wood (FOSW) and the Woodland Trust to clear and chip brash in Spud Wood. The brash is a bi-product of the wood allotment tree thinning work that the FOSW have been carrying out for the past 5 […]
Pupils from Oughtrington Primary School recently helped the Friends of Spud Wood (FOSW) and the Woodland Trust to plant trees at Spud Wood.
Lymm Community Energy (LCE) ran a successful event on 24th January during the Big Energy Saving Week (BESW) which was designed to help consumers understand their energy use, cut their bills and get the financial support to which they are entitled. About 30 local residents attended the event and one-to-one advice was provided to 16 […]
Up to £2,500 is available to community organisations in Lymm. Our Community Benefit Fund (CBF) is to help fund projects which lead to reductions in energy costs and carbon emissions in the local community. The size of the CBF currently stands at £2,500 which is the maximum we will be able to fund in this […]
Nearly there…thank goodness for flapjack.All done. Time to go home.
Thanks to the Woodland Trust for organising our first hedge laying training. You can definitely see what we did. Hope you like it, it should be good for the hedge. The plan is the continue laying the hedge next year up through the trees.