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No upcoming events
National Moth Night. We will gather round a UV lamp and see what comes in. No moths are harmed and all are released after identification.
10.30 am Stanmore Country Park - come along and meet us and help!
Stanmore Common from 10am
Meet 11.00am at Dennis Lane Car Park, Stanmore
Stanmore Country Park 10.00pm meet at Dennis Lane Car Park. John our warden is a moth enthusiast
Car park at Warren Lane Stanmore at 1.45. Great fun - may need insect repellant!
Gilbert's Orchard Grimsdyke - clearing bramble and scrub from around ancient trees planted by Lucy Gilbert. To confirm refer to www.harrowncf.org/HNCF_evetns.html webpage or call grimsdyke Hotel on...
January or Febbruary 2012. Stanmore Orthopaedic Hospital. Watch this space for more information.
Meet at Stanmore Country Park car park off Dennis Lane - 2.00pm - 4.00pm Do not park in Recreation Car Park as other activities use it - like Bowls Club/Bridge Club etc.
Warren Lane car park - to be confirmed 8.00pm -
Warren Lane car park at 10.00am for another bash at the bush.
Stanmore Country Park - learn about moths and butterflies with one of our knowledgeable wardens. Park in Dennis Lane car park (limited spaces). See calendar on Harrow Conservation Forum's webpage. h...
Warren Lane car park - 1.30 - 3.00pm
Meet Warren Lane car park at 10 am and never mind the rain - join like-minded people for a spot of toil!
Warren Lane car park - 10.00am - 1.00
Warren Lane car park - 10.30 - 3.00pm
Stanmore Common - meet in Warren Lane car park 10 - 3.00pm
Stanmore Common 10am - 1.00 meet in Warren Lane car park
Stanmore Common - 10.00am at Warren Lane car park
Meet up at 2.00pm with our expert warden(s) for an interesting afternoon. May need insect repellent cream!!
Stanmore Common 10.30am as usual
Meet at Stanmore Common car park - Warren Lane 10.30am
9.00pm -- come along and learn about the many different species from our expert!
Scrub clearance in Holly Brook Rise on Stanmore Common. Meet car park on Warren Lane, Stanmore at 10.30 am.
Meet at Dennis Lane (lower end) car park at Stanmore 10.30am
Wild flower walk on Stanmore Common - meet Warren Lane car park at 10.00 Fascinating with 2 wardens informing us about micro moths and everything else....but a good crop of midge bites!
Meet 10.00 Stanmore Common Car Park Warren Lane - super fun with knowledgeable guide(s).
Meet at Warren Lane Car Park Stanmore Common at 10.30.
Also at 1.30 - work party under aegis of volunteer Warden
The management consists of working to retain the open grassy areas and to try and expand them. In the winter months groups of volunteers from the British Trust of Conservation Volunteers (BTCV) are bo...
See their website (Harrow Conservation Trust) for details. Meet at car park on Warren Lane.
Wrong date previously!!!
Meet Little Common and walk up to Brewery Pond to pick litter and show solidarity to littering/loitering fishermen
Meet at Stanmore carpark - Dennis Lane - 8.30am still masses of rubbish near Ponds and cricket ground. harrow Fast Response uplifted my pickings unexpectedly!
Sunday September 7th 2008 Bentley Old Vicarage 10:00 AM Working Party in the morning only Sunday September 7th 2008 Stanmore Common 1:30 PM Working Party dead tree cut up. rubbish picked up.
Saturday August 30th 2008 Stanmore Country Park 8:30 PM Moth evening evening event Saturday September 20th 2008 Bentley Old Vicarage 11:00 AM onward Open Day (combined with All Saint's Church fete) ...
Sunday August 24th 2008 Roxbourne Rough 10:00 PM Working Party Sunday September 7th 2008 Bentley Old Vicarage 10:00 AM Working Party in the morning only Sunday September 7th 2008 Stanmore Common 1:3...
These groups are near to you in case you want to contact them for advice, to offer them support or, for example, to share equipment with them.
Here at CleanupUK, we want to help you to take LitterAction! Wherever you live in the UK, forming your own community litter-picking group will help to keep your community safer, more friendly and free of litter. It’s lots of fun too. Why not muck in and join us?