Fancy something a bit different this weekend? How about joining the volunteers of Newlay and Whitecote Residents Association (NAWRA) for a bird box building session at Bramley Fall Woods? writes Jill Buckley.
The bird box building event takes place this Sunday, 19th March, from 10am, meeting at the changing rooms car park at Bramley Falls Park.
Materials and tools will be provided by park panger Jon Dunster.
In the past the event has been particularly popular with children but all are welcome. Refreshments are provided and you can take your finished bird boxes home for your own garden.
The Newlay and Whitecote Residents Association holds various different events such as litter picks, bulb planting and hedge laying. They are also active in communicating local activities and issues.
NAWRA were founded in 2010 and among their aims and objectives are fostering and strengthening community spirit among residents of Newlay and Whitecote, representing and promoting the interests of local residents, improving services for the local area as well as preserving its character and protecting and enhancing habitats for wildlife in the area.
Follow NAWRA on Facebook and on Twitter @NAWRA_LS13.