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Tesco’s Bags of Help

Sutton Nature Conservation Volunteers are bidding to bag a massive cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative. Become a volunteer Sutton nature events

Marching on, the month of Mary’s

The release of a new task programme – like transforming Queen Mary’s Woodland – can be a time of excitement, as we look forward to the forthcoming season. Become a volunteer Sutton nature events

Celebrate good times – SNCV Birthday Bash at Queen Mary’s Woodland!

Those of you who avidly follow the Sutton Nature Conservation Volunteers blog, facebook and twitter may be aware that we’re celebrating a big birthday this year. It has been 30 years since the SNCV was first established, championing Sutton’s wildlife… Continue Reading →

Woodland pond ahoy!

  An impressive amount of hard work has been accomplished at Queen Mary’s Woodland over the last few weeks by SNCV and local resident volunteers, working alongside the Biodiversity Team. The result a new pond for the woodland! We knew… Continue Reading →

New Dawn for Woodland

The Sutton Nature Conservation Volunteers (SNCV) and London Borough of Sutton (LBS) Biodiversity Team have been hard at work bringing a new dawn of opportunity for wildlife at Queen Mary’s Woodland. The Woodland Queen Mary’s Woodland in Carshalton Beeches developed from… Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

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