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Leeds floods aftermath: Rodley Nature Reserve clean-up

Rodley Nature Reserve is built on a flood plain – and when the Boxing Day floods hit much of the area was left submerged under several feet of water. Two clean-up events have been organised on New Year’s Eve (Thursday, December 31) at 10am and on Monday, January 4 from 8am-3pm. The reserve will not re-open until January 6th at the earliest. Here are some of the details provided by the folks at the Reserve…

Please come and help us with our floods clean up days!

Start at the Visitor Centre – arrive and leave as and when you need to.

rodley nature reserve logo

We will be providing hot drinks and snacks – please let us know if you are planning to attend so we have an idea of numbers.

Come in good footwear or wellies and warm clothes, we have gloves and equipment.

Drive down the road to park at the end near the Visitor Centre – usual car park is flooded.

Rodley Nature Reserve  flood damage
Flood damage at Rodley Nature Reserve

Directions here.

You are welcome to bring children to help, but will need to take responsiblity supervising them on site. Only assistance dogs are allowed in the reserve.

More details on the Rodley Nature Reserve Facebook page.

The Reserve has also set up a Paypal account for people wishing to make donations, which can be found here.



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