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Enfield Lock Conservation Group appeals for new members
A conservation group is appealing for new members to help preserve wildlife in the area.
Following a drop in numbers after several members recently moved away, Enfield Lock Conservation Group, established in 1991, is on the hunt for new recruits.
As well as surveys of birds, dragonflies and orchids, carrying out habitat improvement, and holding winter and summer nature walks, the group also campaigns to preserve and improve Enfield wildlife sites.
Chairman Martin Shepherd believes that the conservation group can offer great opportunities to take part in campaigns, learn about local wildlife and share personal knowledge about the borough. Mr Shepherd also said that anybody is welcome, regardless of experience.
The wildlife group meets monthly at the Greyhound Pub in Ordnance Road, Enfield Lock.
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