Every other month we invite you to take part in our muck in days at St. Aidan's.
In May, we're asking for some help pulling Himalayan balsam.
Why? Balsam is a non-native invasive species that grows along watercourses. It grows rapidly and colonises large areas which prevents growth of our native plants. It's taking over and we want to create much more biodiversity for our wildlife.
Booking your space is essential due to high demand on these events, please call the visitor centre on 0113 232 0529, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or pop in to see us.
Supervised children age 10 years and above welcome
Equipment provided but please wear suitable clothing: sturdy footwear/wellies, long trousers, bring thick gloves if possible.