25th Lewisham North Cubs help at Burnt Ash Pond

Nature Conservation Lewisham

The Group after a hard days work (I need a woggle!) The Group after a hard days work (I need a woggle!)

On a bright and chilly morning 11 cubs from 25th Lewisham North helped the Nature Conservation Team build a woodchip footpath at Burnt Ash Pond.  They all worked very hard and managed to shift a huge pile of woodchip in under 4 hours.  The cubs came out to help as part of their Environmental Conservation Activity Badge.  Thoroughly well deserved, I think!

The woodchip pile! The woodchip pile!

A big thank you to all the Cubs for all your hard work on Saturday . It was great to have so many enthusiastic and willing people helping us out. You all did brilliantly, so thanks from everyone here and from the Friends Group!

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