Our Projects

Details of our next volunteer days are always on the home page – starting again on 4th September! 

Contact us if you would like the details of our autumn work parties to be emailed to you.

WE HAVE MANY PROJECTS ON THE GO, click on the links below to see the different projects in 2018

Click here to view the PARK AND RIDE

Click here to view Kings Hedges

Click here to view the Town Bus Station

Click here to view The Waits and the Norris Museum

We enjoy working to make our CLOSED CEMETERIES a welcoming place for visitors and for nature.

Come and join us at our next work party!

WESTWOOD ROAD CEMETERY:  We had a great day at the cemetery with the Army Cadets fulfilling their commitment to helping the community, by helping us with a hard days work at the cemetery.  Thank you so much to them all!

BROAD LEAS CEMETERY:  Our last visit to Broad Leas was on 1st May – again our volunteers tidied round the older graves, and put in some bright new flowers.  The blackbirds were singing and all was peaceful – do go and have a sit in this natural area so near the centre of town.

STATION ROAD, APRIL 2018:  Great display of daffodils come up along Station Road.  We have weeded round them, put in some summer bulbs and sprinkled some poppy and wildflower seed.

  • BROAD LEAS CEMETERY: We have gone back to Broad Leas this spring.  The ivy needed some cutting back, but lots of the spring flowers have come through, and our volunteers added some small shrubs behind the bench.
  • WESTWOOD ROAD CEMETERY:  Looking beautiful and tidy again after the disaster of a van driving through our daffodils.  The wildflower area is ready to burst into colour for the spring.
  • BULB PLANTING: New daffodils at Westwood Rd, Old Ramsey Road, up at Warners Park and in the Parish Churchyard this month!
  • STATION ROAD:  We put some wallflowers and daffodil bulbs along the verge behind Waitrose on Station Road.  We are looking forward to a beautiful display in the spring.
  • THE WAITS:  Volunteers pruning back in November 2017.
  • ANGLIA IN BLOOM:  Great excitement as we received a gold award for the town for the second time in September 2017.

    Marney Hall (left, last year’s Chair) and Linda Croucher (right, the new Chair for 2017/18) collect the gold award from Anglia in Bloom in September 2017