Making Space for Nature

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The Making Space for Nature project ended on 31st March 2023.

The Making Space for Nature project is enhancing 27 spaces in nine towns to create havens for bees, butterflies, birds and hedgehogs. The project also seeks to improve access and wellbeing for people.

Part of our ambition is to make sure we take people with us. If you live close to any of these spaces, we'd appreciate your involvement in the long term aftercare of the new planting and habitats. Please contact one of Cormac's Community Partnership Officers for further information:

https://www.cormacltd.co.uk/about-us/supporting-our-local-communities-volunteering/

If you are already helping out as a green volunteer, then a very big THANK YOU! Your hard work is greatly appreciated

Green Infrastructure for Growth 2 is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund.

The Making Space for Nature project ended on 31st March 2023.

The Making Space for Nature project is enhancing 27 spaces in nine towns to create havens for bees, butterflies, birds and hedgehogs. The project also seeks to improve access and wellbeing for people.

Part of our ambition is to make sure we take people with us. If you live close to any of these spaces, we'd appreciate your involvement in the long term aftercare of the new planting and habitats. Please contact one of Cormac's Community Partnership Officers for further information:

https://www.cormacltd.co.uk/about-us/supporting-our-local-communities-volunteering/

If you are already helping out as a green volunteer, then a very big THANK YOU! Your hard work is greatly appreciated

Green Infrastructure for Growth 2 is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund.