Wicklow Local Biodiversity Workshops

Photo:Mountain Ash or Rowan a native tree species and important food source for birds

Mountain Ash or Rowan a native tree species and important food source for birds

D. Burns

All Are Welcome

By Deirdre Burns

As part of the Wicklow Local Biodiversity Project a series of four public workshops are scheduled to take place with the four selected Tidy Towns Groups for this pilot in 2016; Arklow, Wicklow, Rathdangan & Blessington

Details as follows:

Arklow, Library  Thursday 10th Nov at 6.30pm.

Blessington  Tuesday 15th Nov.  at 7.30pm in the Coimin Centre, beside the Church of Our Lady. 

Rathdangan, Community Centre Wednesday 16th Nov. at 8.00pm. 

Wicklow Town, Assembly Hall  Monday 21st Nov. at 7pm.

 

All interested individuals are invited to attend and to find out more about what can be done to make your local area more wildlife friendly.

For more information contact dburns@wicklowcoco.ie

This project is co-ordinated by Wicklow County Council with support from the Heritage Council as an action of County Wicklow Heritage Plan 

For more information on practical steps to support wildlife in your area see Guidelines for Local Communities on Biodiversity Ireland

This page was added by Deirdre Burns on 10/11/2016.

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