Each week we have a Friday Group that do various tasks on Bidston Hill, organised by our local Ranger. So if you have some time to spare and don’t mind getting ‘stuck in’, why not come along at around 10.00am on a Friday morning? We meet at the Tam O’Shanter Farm and have a cup of tea and a friendly chat before starting work. Tasks include; litter picking, pruning of trees, shrubs and gorse, path maintenance and a whole lot more. We are a friendly lot and you will be providing a very useful contribution to the work done by our volunteers. We hold various events as well throughout the year which you might like to get involved with.
If you are interested, simply come along any Friday morning, we will be delighted to see you. If you want to talk to somebody first or require further information, call John on 07887 665120.
If you fancy becoming a member of the Friends Group, have a word with us when you come along or have a look on our website: www.bidstonhill.org.uk
We hope to hear from you soon.
About the Friends of Bidston Hill
The Friends of Bidston Hill is a local community group created to watch over and assist in the management and improvement of this beautiful conservation area.
Our aim is to support the development of the Hill for the local and wider community, whilst striving to maintain the Hill’s unique character. The ‘Friends’ work in partnership with Wirral Council Parks and Countryside Service creating new ideas and projects for the benefit of the Hill and its users.Share this: