Dale Community Council have issued notice of two clean-up activities happening in March.
Saturday 3rd March 2018
Following the storms we had towards the end of last year, many pebbles/rocks/stones were washed onto the grass verge in front of the haven beach. The council is arranging a clean-up day on Saturday 3rd March 2018 at 10am and we would like to invite you to come along and help in returning the pebbles/rocks/stones to the beach. Your time and assistance is greatly appreciated.
Saturday 10th March 2018
Dale Community Council along with the Coastlands Local History Group will be working together to tidy up the Hirano Maru memorial site. It has been decided to take this opportunity to also tidy up the Cemetery in general by getting rid of any overgrown ivy, brambles and weeds.
Please feel free to join in the clean up at Dale Cemetery Saturday 10th March at 10am.
Dale Community Council would like to thank you all in advance and we look forward to seeing you at the clean ups.
PDF version of Community Council Notice
Wildlife Watch for all ages – Dale Fort
The Field Study Centre at Dale Fort will be running a series of Wildlife Watch events on the 2nd Saturday of each month from April through to October. Each event is around 2hrs in duration – here’s how the organiser describes it…
“The event is aimed at families and we will be introducing them to the microscopic life of plankton found in the seas just of the coast, as well as in the seaweed. We will be using the microscopes at the fort to look into pre-collected seawater and bits of seaweed and seeing how different (often outright bizarre) this life looks to the plants and animals that we are used to. I will also be talking about the various organisms that people find and (hopefully) getting people interested and aware of the microscopic world. Using microscopes allows people to look at some really cool and unusual animals that they would never otherwise be able to see.”
The scheduled dates are: 9 April, 7 May, 11 June, 9 July, 6 August, 10 September, 8 October
For more information have a look at this flier or contact the centre on 01646 636205 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org