Scrub n Spuds

Final shout out for any more takers for Scrub n Spuds this weekend. It’s going to be windy, so great for blowing those cobwebs away! Details below for this weekend and next month. Booking is essential so we have enough food, tools and gloves with us on the day and so we can let know you where to meet. We’d love to see you all soon.

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Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 January Scrub n Spuds at Carnweather Point near Polzeath
Help National Trust rangers tackle overgrown gorse and blackthorn to promote greater biodiversity by restoring maritime grassland. To thank you for your help we’ll cook up a jacket potato on the bonfire. Family friendly and a great way to meet new people. Come along on one or both days. Free. 10am-4pm.

Saturday 7 & Sunday 8 February Scrub n Spuds at Porthcothan Cliffs
Help National Trust rangers tackle gorse and blackthorn to promote greater biodiversity at this valuable coastal habitat, near Bedruthan Steps. To thank you for your help we’ll cook up a jacket potato on the bonfire. Family friendly and a great way to meet new people. Come along on one or both days. Free. 10am-4pm.

Wednesday 18 February Family Scrub Bash Bonfires, potatoes, toasting marshmallows, we’ve got the lot! Bring along the family and help National Trust rangers in their efforts to reduce gorse and blackthorn scrub to help the wildlife living at this valuable coastal habitat at Lundy Bay, near Polzeath. Don’t forget your Mum or Dad! Free. 10am-4pm.

Booking essential and for further information, please phone the rangers’ office on 01208 863821 or email me sarahe.stevens@nationaltrust.org.uk

Don’t forget the rangers are out and about most Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. If you don’t mind what work you get to muck in with, are available from 9am – 4.30pm, then please get in touch. No need to commit to a regular day, just come along whenever you can – give us a call or email to arrange.

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