Clients include Sandy Town Council (which owns The Riddy Local Nature Reserve and Sandy Pinnacle and Recreation Ground), and Castle Close Wildlife & Heritage Site in Sharnbrook.
Many of our tasks are carried out by the Ivel Valley Conservation Volunteers – currently looking for new volunteers.
We are able to offer a comprehensive range of services including:
- Community consultation and consensus building activities
- Production and practical implementation of site Management Plans
- Submission of funding applications
- Funding advice and support with submitting grant applications
- Organising and leading community volunteering events
- Wildlife and heritage interpretation
- Contract management
- Green-space audits and enhancement proposals
- Site access improvements
- Practical assistance in organising and leading community volunteering events
- Support in establishment of ‘Friends’ groups and volunteer wardens
- Production and practical implementation of site Management Plans (including wildlife and heritage interpretation and habitat creation and conservation)