DWP staff rally to the Thames21 Cray project again.
In recent weeks staff from local DWP centres have again joined our project and ‘got stuck in’: last month four staff members made a difference and boosted the team to remove a rubbish ‘log jam’ on the Cray at Crayford. This is a reoccurring problem and local volunteers are welcome.
This week they sent volunteers for preparations for next Friday’s big bash on the Veolia Chalk Stream Enhancements at Foots Cray Meadows. We are setting a corporate group a challenging day completing further bank revetment (see below). My ongoing thanks to DWP staff for their support and today’s invaluable help sourcing materials for this stage of our project.
It is always good to have them along for an inspiring day out looking after the river. Yes, DWP as in the Government Department!
Onto Next Week and the aforementioned Big Day!
Thursday 16th July (changed from Wednesday) Logistical preparations for Volunteer River Keeper, involving transfer of materials and setting up Fridays Work Site meet Kelseys 0900 DA14 5ET.
This should have us ready for Friday 17th July meet Leafield Lane DA14 5EB at 1000 for the Veolia project at Foots Cray Meadows with the RMS ‘Helping Hands Day’ River keepers are wanted to assist these Volunteers with their day engaged on the project!
The following day Saturday 18th July 2015 some of the team will be up to the Tower of London Archaeology Weekend, for Thames21 duty at the Tower Foreshore Event. What a team pictures next time.
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Cray Project Officer
09 July 2015