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Gallagher Park needs volunteers

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NWT is set to improve Gallagher Park

NWT is set to improve Gallagher Park

Gallagher Park in Bedlington is the latest site set to be improved by Northumberland Wildlife Trust as part of the SENSE II project.

SENSE II is funded by the Banks Community Fund (through the mining, property and renewable energy developer the Banks Group).

It is a three year scheme aimed at making practical improvements to a number of green sites in South East Northumberland which will benefit both members of the public and visiting and resident wildlife.

So far, trees have been planted in Alexandra Park in Cramlington, boardwalk installed in Choppington Community Woodland, improvement works undertaken at Isabella Heap in Blyth and bridges and paths built at Valley Park Local Nature Reserve in Cramlington.

Anybody with a few hours spare who wants to roll up their sleeves and help with the creation of new paths, tree felling, wildflower planting or the creation of an orienteering course should contact Anthony Johnston, SENSE II Project Officer at Northumberland Wildlife Trust
on: 0191 284 6884 or email him at anthony.johnston@northwt.org.uk

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