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Nature group work sessions

Our next sessions will be on Wednesday 26th, Thursday 27th and Friday 28th January, from 10.00 am until 1.00 pm, meeting outside the energy centre. This time we’ll be helping the gardening team with planting potted bamboo plants to help screen the blue compound fence around what will be the central square area. You’re invited to join in for as long or as little as you want, and everyone is very welcome. If you come along later and in the unlikely event you can’t find us, please phone the number on the poster that will be in the window of the energy centre. Bring a spade if you have one – if you don’t have, can’t borrow one, but want to help, let me know and we’ll sort something out. Please wear appropriate footwear, maybe wellies if you have them.

For more information about this, or the nature group in general, please contact Wendy by emailing

3 replies on “Nature group work sessions”

Bit baffled as the blue fence was meant to be either going or painted green,?? So why start planting bamboo now, looks like we will be stuck with that eyesore then, also why is this not the team of landscapers doing a proper job to plant up the whole area,, yet again mis information for the residents in the apartments who live here. Line of bamboo on its own will look ridiculous.


Dear Bev I think this is something you need to take up with JRHT. The nature group is made up of residents who are just trying to help.


Hi Wendy it’s just confusing we were given a plan last year and drawings by JRHT and it’s constantly changing, if anyone can help with the pile of rubble, traffic cone, metal fence and rest of the mess outside Barron House that would be great.


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