Oxford Urban Wildlife Group

Many of you will have noticed the enormous amount of work that has been done over the winter in Boundary Brook Nature Reserve. The EWAA management committee have been delighted to see things finally happening, and would like to express our appreciation of the hard work put in by the new OUWG team, as well as the City Council and BBOWT staff. Works will be ongoing, but a fantastic start has been made. We would encourage any interested plotholders to join the OUWG for only £5 (or £8 per family) to keep in touch with what’s happening on site and future events.

Events – fruit sale, summer party

Andy Howard of the Heritage Fruit Company will be with us on the morning of 30th March selling his fantastic fruit trees and bushes, and talking on fruit management. Watch this space for further details and a stock list for ordering in advance.

Date for your diaries: 8th June, the EWAA summer event! Mike Yeadon is organising, please contact him if you can help out:

CONTACT: MIKE 07876030756.   mikesueyeadon@sky.com

We need: helpers to join the team, gazebos, food donations, raffle gifts and anything you think would add to having a great day.

Skips

The big white skip in the Children’s Allotment area behind our shop was paid for by that group and is for their use only. Please don’t dump rubbish in it. If you are responsible for the items already left in it and now in front of the shop please arrange to remove them from the site. Thanks.

Potato fair

Happy New Year! It’s been good to see so many of you down on site getting things organised.

A reminder that while our shop reopens this Sunday from 11-12, the Pennard Potato Fair is on again in Oxford also on Sunday, 10.30 til 1.30 at the West Oxford Community Centre. 60+ varieties of seed potatoes to choose from and other items too

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