Slow The Flow Calderdale

Community Led Natural Flood Management

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Community Led Natural Flood Management

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  • Hardcastle Crags volunteer days Sunday, 31 March⋅9:30am – 1:00pm March 31, 2019

    Hardcastle Crags volunteer days
    Sunday, 10 March⋅9:30am – 1:00pm
    2-1 Midgehole Rd
    2-1 Midgehole Rd, Hebden Bridge HX7 7AL, UK
    Description:Park at the National Trust car park, 2-1 Midgehole Rd, Hebden Bridge HX7 7AL from around 0930-0945

    Training, advice, guidance and support will be given to those joining for the first time!

    Due to limited parking at Hardcastle Crags, we must try and limit the number of volunteer cars in the car parks at Hardcastle Crags. If possible, please could you help us help the National Trust with the limited parking by doing one of the following;

    1. Can you Car Share with another volunteer
    2. Park in Hebden and walk to Hardcastle Crags.
    3. Meet us at Hebden Bridge Station at 9.15 am or at car park opposite Hebden Bridge Town Hall at 9.20 on each volunteer day and we will provide a shuttle service. We will also return you back to Hebden at the end of the session around 12.30pm.

    Please wear appropriate clothing. NO SHORTS ARE TO BE WORN as we will be working in the forest undergrowth and this will leave legs exposed to the many bugs and ticks in the forest.

    Thank you for choosing to volunteer with us. If you have any special needs, please do get in touch and we will do our best to help you get the most out of volunteering with Slow The Flow Calderdale.

    Further volunteer guidance including Health and Safety information is available here
    30 minutes before
    Organiser: slowtheflow calderdale
    slowtheflow calderdale

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What our volunteers have achieved so far

Leaky Dams
Large Water Storage Areas
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Contour Placed Logs