Stover Country Park habitat management practical event

Date: Sunday 27th of January 2019
Time: 10am-4pm


Come along for some fresh air and exercise to this Stover Volunteers’ Day. This is one of the winter monthly Volunteers’ Days organised by the Stover Country Park Rangers.

The activity will improve habitats around the Park for wildlife – including bats. Staff from the bat project will be on hand to chat about the project. Find out what we’ve been doing in the area and how you can get involved.

The activity will be one of the following (depending on the weather that day);

  • Heathland Management  – removal of birch and rhododendron
  • Marshland Management – removal of alder and willow
  • Woodland Management – removal of rhododendron.

Further details

Wear suitable outdoor clothing and sturdy footwear. We recommend wellies  if it’s the marsh task.

Bring a packed lunch/flask.

Stover Country Park website


If you are interested ring the Park 01626 835236 or e-mail Please mention  ‘bat project’.


Stover Country Park (no need to pay and display as volunteer passes are provided). Meet at the visitor centre.



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