Andover Trees United holds Family Day in Harmony Woods
5 Oct 2014
GY with Charlotte Warwick from the Hampshire Dormouse Group
GY with Charlotte Warwick from the Hampshire Dormouse Group
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The Archery Stand
The Archery Stand
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Andover Trees United invited people for an afternoon out in Harmony Woods, between Enham Alamein and Andover. Wendy Davis explained to Sir George that there were a number of activities at a range of marquees, and attendance at each one would enable ones ticket to be stamped which, in turn, would access some refreshments.

"I very much enjoyed my visit to the Help Hampshire Dormouse Group, which is asking members of the public to help look for signs of dormice this autumn and winter, especially in the area of the Northern Test Valley. Dormice are a declining species, but there are still quite a few in Hampshire. By identifying where they are, woodland owners can be provided with help and advice on how to look after them." There was also an archery stand, manned by Test Valley Leisure, and other activities included making chairs and wigwams, identifying trees from leaves, and learning more about recycling.
 
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