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Back to Queen Mary’s Woodland

Over the past year the SNCV have been actively involved in managing one of Sutton Council’s most recently acquired sites, Queen Mary’s Woodland. Earlier this year volunteers embarked on an epic task to remove large swathes of cherry laurel that… Continue Reading →

Conker Season

Autumn brings colder weather and shorter days creepup upon us. Although it becomes increasingly tempting to stay inside to escape the cold and wind, there’s plenty of interesting plants and wildlife to see out and about this time of year. One of the familiar… Continue Reading →

Himalayan Balsam Bashing

On Thursday 20th May the SNCV were out at Beddington Farmlands doing some Himalayan Balsam removal. Himalayan Balsam (Impatiens glandulifera) is a non-native species, which was first introduced into Britain in the mid-19th century as an ornamental plant. You may be… Continue Reading →

Queen Mary’s Woodland

On Tuesday 11th February, volunteers braved the wet conditions to spend the day working at a new site. Queen Mary’s Woodland is a large stretch of undisturbed woodland, only recently acquired by Sutton Council. At around five hectares is size,… Continue Reading →

Snowberry Bashing at Roundshaw Woods

The task on Tuesday 28th January saw Sutton Nature Conservation Volunteers at both Anton Crescent Wetlands and Roudshaw Woods. The first half of the day was spent finishing off the hedgelaying work at Anton Crescent, and once that was complete,… Continue Reading →

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