A Second First Step!

Jim Storey writes:

Planning for our exciting event on 22 May began today when Laura Hill, the OPAL Coordinator at Imperial College visited the Pond to discuss the basics for our joint event to celebrate International Biodiversity Day together. She was checking out what we had to offer and was well impressed with this little watery gem of ours. We’ll be running a wide variety of nature-based activities with a wide variety of national and local groups at the Picnic Spot as well as Boathouse Corner and The Green. Fleet’s ‘Captured Moments’ photographers will be recording the day for us. So please put it in your diary!

For the first step on the path to a brighter future for Fleet Pond see here.


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