Welcome to the news from the Trust
There is a lovely write up in the latest What’s What magazine about the wild service tree that can be found on Benthall Edge which is managed by the Trust. If you would like to explore the area you can download the ‘Lime Trail of Benthall Edge heritage walking leaflet from our website http://www.severngorge.org.uk/…/SGCT-Lime-Trail-Leaflet-fin… .
If you would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01952 433880 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To read the full article please click on the link https://issuu.com/whatswhatmagazine/docs/ww_marapr_2019_magforissuzi/84
Cadi our Community Development Officer visited Tesco in Madeley today to add her token to the #Tescobagsofhelp vote. You have until the 28th February to place your vote and as the saying goes…….’every little helps’
We would be really grateful if you could vote for our ‘Family Walks in the Ironbridge Gorge Project next time you are shopping in Tesco. 😊
We are lucky to have been selected to be in the customer vote for a Bags of Help grant from Tesco Midlands Supermarket. It’s a scheme which gives community projects like ours grants of up to £4,000 – all raised from the sale of carrier bags in Tesco stores. You now have the opportunity to vote in store during January and February on who should receive the awards. Please support us in your local store! Any award received will go towards creating a series of family activity walks in the Ironbridge Gorge. www.tesco.com/bagsofhelp
Our contractors, Access & Habitat Management, have been busy repairing footpath furniture in the Gorge following our access audit in October which we carry out twice yearly. Thank you to JP Brayford and Paul Ferrington for all the work that they have carried out.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…….
We had a fantastic workshop on Saturday 1st December creating Christmas wreaths from natural foliage. Many thanks to Craig for leading the day and to all the attendees. You created some beautiful wreaths and they were all so different. There will be lots of front doors that will be the envy of your neighbours. Looking forward to next Christmas to do it all again!!
This year we are holding our Annual Open Evening at Jackfield Village Hall on Wednesday 23 May 2018 from 7 -9pm. Everyone is welcome to attend, so if you would like to hear more about the projects of the last 12 months and some of our plans for the future then come along. Our guest speaker this year is Dougald Purce – Consultant Arborist who will be talking about ‘Tree Safety in the Gorge’, who will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have relating to trees. If you would like any further information please contact us on 01952 433880.