Archive for 2018

FoAM’s Autumn 2018 Newsletter

If you haven’t visited the Dragonfly Pond at Anderton recently, please go and have a look at our newly completed dipping platform, fencing and kissing gate. The project has been made possible thanks to funding of £1,200 from our Ward Councillors and £6,000 from INOVYN. We are now working on phase 2 of the project to replace the interpretation panel near the platform.

New dipping platform

We have also completed the digging of several scrapes at Dairy House Meadows. We decided to use best available technology and hired the RSPB’s rotary ditching machine to carry out the work.

Read about these projects and our other news in FoAM’s Autumn 2018 Newsletter.

Christmas Decorations Workshop, Sunday 16th December

Sunday 16th December

FoAM’s Christmas Decorations Workshop

Come to our annual workshop to create some stunning decorations for your home from natural materials gathered in the woodlands.

This is your chance to create something unique.

No charge, but donations welcome.

From: 10.00 am – 12.00 pm by the Rangers’ Cabin/Marbury Lodge

For information contact: Joanne Redley 01606 44728

Trees in the Park, Sunday 28th October

Trees in the Park

Sunday 28th October

Marbury Park isn’t just an open space to walk and play in; it also contains a wide variety of trees.
This is a chance to learn about some of these trees and visit the Arboretum.
You may even learn why a leading horticulturalist and nurseryman kept planks of a particular tree under his bed!

Meet: 10.00 am at the Rangers’ Cabin/Marbury Lodge

For information contact: Mary Jeeves 01606 77688