My car went in for some work to be done recently, so I took the opportunity to have a walk round Coatham Marsh and because it took longer for them to do the work than expected (doesn’t it always) I had a very pleasant stroll around Tees Valley Wildlife Trust’s Nature reserve and saw quite a few things.
This is interesting because recently someone wrote a piece about how nothing lived there and what a poor state it was in. The
Pupils from Skelton Primary School Eco-team did their bit for World Environment day by getting their hands dirty as part of Skelton Community Orchard project supported by RCVDA, Neighbourhood Action Partnership and Banks Community Fund.
A group of local people have been working with Tees Valley Wildlife Trust to turn a piece of overgrown and unused land into a community orchard. The first phase is almost complete with clearance and a new path in place constructed by Tees Valley Wildlife Trust
The Tees Valley Wild Green Places project is working with 20 community groups connected to public open spaces, which are managed in partnerships of local communities and local authorities and we’ve brought them all together in one place.
Come and take a look around at www.tvgreenplaces.co.uk to find out what we want to achieve and how you can be a part of it!
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