Help safeguard nature reserve’s future
WILDLIFE lovers can find out how they can help bring a nature reserve back to its former glory.
A meeting is being held at Fenland Hall, March, about the Rings End Nature Reserve in the town at 7pm on Tuesday, May 22.
The meeting has been called after a friends’ group was set up to look after the reserve.
The planning event will seek the views and ideas of people about how the site is currently managed, their vision of how it could be managed in the future and what the objectives of the friends’ group should be.
If possible the event will also look into forming a committee for the friends’ group.
Councillor Mac Mcguire, deputy leader for Cambridgeshire County Council and cabinet member for community engagement, said: “Local nature reserves are not only vital to preserve the unique environment we have in Cambridgeshire but encourage families to become fit and healthy by getting out and about.
“The planning event will seek the views and ideas of local people about how the site is currently managed as well as their vision of how it could be managed in the future and what the objectives of the friends’ group might be.
“The views of local people really count in making sure these extremely important areas are protected for future generations.”
For more information about the event visit www.cambridgeshire.gov. uk