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East Herts Council appeals for volunteers to help create 'wet woodland' beside Northgate End multi-storey car park




A volunteer tree- and shrub-planting day will take place at a new wildlife haven in Bishop's Stortford on Monday May 24.

Participants will be helping to create a "wet woodland" at Northgate End as part of East Herts Council's Old River Lane revitalisation plans for the Causeway.

The area – which has been cleared of scrub in conjunction with de-culverting of the old River Stort – is next to the site of the council's new 546-space, six-level multi-storey car park and a four-storey building with business use on the ground floor and 15 flats above.

Volunteer planters will operate in one-hour shifts throughout the day and the event will follow Covid-19 guidelines. To volunteer, email Robert.Mayo@eastherts.gov.uk.



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