Today, our new membership secretary began the long and arduous process of transferring our membership records from paper in lever arch files to a shiny new spreadsheet. All of our data is now stored electronically and is being cross checked, then double checked before our paper records are securely destroyed and - of course - recycled.
Clara will be contacting members past, present and future over the coming months, but if you have questions in the meantime then please feel free to email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Isle of Man Woodland Trust added 2 new photos.
We were very pleased when a mallard chose to nest on our new pond at the Centenary Park site in Onchan. Sadly, she had her brood reduced down to four by early July, but they have since gone on to grow and thrive and are now nearly full size - see photos. This wildlife project is going rather well!
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The weatherman says that Sunday will be 'dry and bright' until after lunch, so it'll be perfect weather for a work party up at Centenary Park. We'll be there from 11am and would love it if you'd join us. Please wear sturdy, waterproof shoes and clothes you won't mind getting a bit grubby.
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Sarah Marie CallinAway on jollies - apologies for not being up recently been busy with kiddie stuff & family stuff - will be back soon xx4 days ago
Some food for thought for visitors to our Centenary Park site. Thank you for feeding the ducks! ~IOMWT ... See MoreSee Less
Brenda WilliamsAbout time a sensible sign, was just saying feeding ducks bread is so bad for them, and this knock on affect is very damaging, then the poor seagull comes down for the bread, naturally, and is deamonised, just because he's hungry. Thanx for posting this, at last, common sense 😀6 days ago · 2
In readiness for the grand opening of our Centenary Park site next month, we are asking for volunteers to help to complete the project. We'll be at the park this Sunday from 11am and would love it if you'd join us to help with:
Planting trees where there are obvious gaps
Replacing broken canes and tubes
Replacing some trees that are dead and/or damaged by the mowing process
Please wear sturdy footwear and clothes you don't mind getting a bit dirty. Contact us via this page for more information.
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