BEXHILL ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP
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BEXHILL ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP an independent environmental action group run entirely by volunteers
Working to protect and improve the Bexhill environment and promote a sustainable green future: greening Bexhill, action on waste and recycling, tackling climate change, promoting sustainable transport and protecting the marine environment.
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BEXHILL DOWN WOOD PROJECT


BEG are making good progress with our ambitious project to plant approximately 500 trees on Bexhill Down to the north east of Down Road.

Last Saturday we cleared 80% of the grass from the site. We need to clear the rest so the contractor can use the power harrow and sow the wildflower seed.
Therefore, could you please come on Saturday 17th October at 9:30am and help remove the rest of the grass?

Also, we still have a few vacancies for Saturday October 24th, when we will be marking out the site.

October 17th to clear the rest of the mown grass prior to sowing wild flowers. Please wear sturdy footwear, and bring gloves and a strong rake, and if you can a wheelbarrow.
October 24th to mark out the site ready for the tree planting at the end of November. Please bring gloves.

Both events will start at 9:30am and we suggest you park in Bexhill Leisure Centre car park (TN39 4HS).

Details of further dates will be sent out in the November Newsletter.

We have confirmation from our MP’s office that this event is allowed with no restriction on the number of people involved as long as social distancing is maintained at all times. These activities will follow COVID-19 government guidelines, with groups of a maximum of 6 at all times, social distancing and no mingling of groups. It is a large site and it will be easy for everyone to keep well apart. Please bring all your own equipment (including hand sanitiser) to avoid the need to share. Children are very welcome but must be kept under strict supervision for safety and to maintain social distancing.

In order to comply with NHS Track and Trace, we would like everyone to register in advance please, giving contact details, using the button below. Details will be kept securely, only being shared if required by NHS, and destroyed 21 days after the event.

Please sign in with Jackie at the Sports Centre car park (in pink hi-vis jacket) when you arrive on the day. Then follow the path up the side of King Offa School.

Please check your emails on the day, as we will cancel/postpone if the weather is too bad.