Practical conservation volunteering Green Gym in Clackmannanshire!

Practical conservation volunteering Green Gym in Clackmannanshire!

Posted on behalf of The Conservation Volunteers
Ochils Green Gym

An activity with EPIC Volunteers

Activity date: Wednesday 1st May 2019

Start time: 10:00

Finish time: 13:00

Activity descriptionEpic are running a green gym in Clackmannanshire! Do you want to: get fit, make new friends and learn skills all while improving the Ochils Environment then please come out to our green gym. We will be running a number of different practical conservation activities such as woodland management, boardwalk building and much more!

Meeting placeTransport is available from our office although pick up times would have to be from our stirling officefor transport details please contact David Walsh on the number listed on this page

Activity location Ochils Woodland Park, Ochils Woodland Park, Clackmannanshire, FK101EB

Site descriptionWoodland Park

Contact Josh Thornhill Telephone: 07739 447940



Please bring
  • suitable outdoor clothes
  • suitable outdoor footwear
Site Facilities
  • Nearest Toilets - Alva

01 May 2019 at 10:00am
until 01 May 2019 at 1:00pm
Ochils Woodland Park
FK10 1EB

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