A COUPLE OF HOURS IN THE SUMMER SUNSHINE AT RED HILL
Good morning to you all,
I remember how impressed we were by the work of Volunteer Warden Harry Turner when we visited the LWT Red Hill reserve last year with the LAG and last month when we visited with Louth U3A. Harry has done wonders during the last decade to create an SSSI site and the Coronation Meadow. On both occasions some of us said that we would be prepared to offer help at the reserve so long the task was not too onerous.
I have just heard from Harry who tells me that he would appreciate some help in collecting the heads of cowslip plants in order that he may extract and dry the seeds. Rather than ad hoc arrangements we agreed thatmight be a good time for people to gather at the car park opposite the Coronation Meadow to spend a little time gathering Cowslips. Children will be welcome.
Map reference TF 264806, nearest post code LN11 9UE.
The only equipment needed is a medium sized polythene bag or as Harry defined it, 'the size that contains a large loaf of bread'.
Let me know if you can join me or just turn up on the day.