Recent volunteer activities
As written elsewhere, volunteering plays a vital part in the upkeep of Magog Down. The monthly Magog Volunteer working party gets involved in planting new hedges and trees, removing shrubs that are encroaching on to the Down, removing and reducing invasive plants, such as ragwort and thistle, before they seed across meadow areas, mending benches, cutting back ivy … the list is never-ending.
We thought Friends and visitors to the Down might be interested to learn what the working party has been doing recently. Below is a list of the activities carried out by the Magog Volunteer group in recent months.
On each occasion, the group was supervised by our two Rangers, Nick and Claire Beale. Our thanks to the volunteers who support us in these vital tasks month in month out.
If you are interested in becoming involved and joining the Magog Volunteer working party, please complete the form on the Volunteering page and we will be in touch.