Crabtree Ponds nature reserve consultation

Crabtree Ponds is our local nature reserve and is managed by Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust.

The Wildlife Trust is asking for your feedback as your thoughts and ideas will help them to develop a plan for managing the reserve for the next nine years.

The consultation period will run from 25/01/16 for three weeks. Please send any comments to by 15/02/16. Your comments will be carefully considered and, where feasible, added into the plan.

For more information about the reserve and the new management plan visit:

Please feel free to forward this on to any friends or colleagues who may be interested.

Monthly maintenance days with members of the local community are normally held on the first Monday of every month (9.30am – 12pm), drop in whenever convenient. Tasks include litter-picking, habitat management, planting, and infrastructure repair. Tools, gloves, hot drinks and biscuits are provided, and all help gratefully received.

Next maintenance day is Monday 1st February 09.30- 12.30

Crabtree Ponds Maintenance day
9:30am to 12:00pm Monday 1 February 2016

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