River restoration – Morden Hall Park – River Wandle

River restoration – Morden Hall Park – River Wandle

Activity Description: We’ll be continuing our volunteer restoration work through Morden Hall Park to improve this section of the River Wandle for wildlife. Activities could include narrowing the channel by installing brash berms and creating flow diversity with large woody material. This is a fairly physical task that involves working in the river in waders. Read more about the project HERE.

Meeting point: The start of the boardwalk leading to the wetland. Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Rd, Morden SM4 5HX. Google map HERE.

What to bring: gardening gloves (they will get wet so you may want to avoid expensive leather ones), hand sanitiser, face mask and any water or food you may want. We’ll be providing hot drinks at lunch – but┬áplease bring along your own mug.

Covid precautions: Please do not attend this event if you, or a member of your household, has any symptoms of covid-19.

BOOKING ESSENTIAL – please rsvp using the button below and complete the form to secure your spot. If the event is already fully booked then please sign yourself up to the waiting list and we’ll be in touch if a space becomes available.

Booking for this event will close at 5pm on 1st September.

Please email volunteering@southeastriverstrust.org to:

  • Find out more information,
  • Cancel your space if you can no longer make it.

To read our Health and Safety Guidelines for this event please click HERE.

To read our Privacy Policy and see how we use and look after the information you provide when booking your spot at our events please click HERE.

SERT is committed to becoming a more inclusive, equal and diverse organisation. We value people as individuals with diverse opinions, cultures, lifestyles and circumstances. This applies to our event attendees and volunteers as well as all our staff, trustees and job applicants. To help us maintain accurate data about who is coming to our events, we would be grateful if you would spend a couple of minutes completing our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Questionnaire by clicking HERE. Completing this form is voluntary, and any data you submit will be held securely and only used for the purpose of monitoring our organisational profile.

River restoration – Morden Hall Park – River Wandle

Activity Description: We’ll be continuing our volunteer restoration work through Morden Hall Park to improve this section of the River Wandle for wildlife. Activities could include narrowing the channel by installing brash berms and creating flow diversity with large woody material. This is a fairly physical task that involves working in the river in waders. Read more about the project HERE.

Meeting point: The start of the boardwalk leading to the wetland. Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Rd, Morden SM4 5HX. Google map HERE.

What to bring: gardening gloves (they will get wet so you may want to avoid expensive leather ones), hand sanitiser, face mask and any water or food you may want. We’ll be providing hot drinks at lunch – but┬áplease bring along your own mug.

Covid precautions: Please do not attend this event if you, or a member of your household, has any symptoms of covid-19.

BOOKING ESSENTIAL – please rsvp using the button below and complete the form to secure your spot. If the event is already fully booked then please sign yourself up to the waiting list and we’ll be in touch if a space becomes available.

Booking for this event will close at 5pm on 1st September.

Please email volunteering@southeastriverstrust.org to:

  • Find out more information,
  • Cancel your space if you can no longer make it.

To read our Health and Safety Guidelines for this event please click HERE.

To read our Privacy Policy and see how we use and look after the information you provide when booking your spot at our events please click HERE.

SERT is committed to becoming a more inclusive, equal and diverse organisation. We value people as individuals with diverse opinions, cultures, lifestyles and circumstances. This applies to our event attendees and volunteers as well as all our staff, trustees and job applicants. To help us maintain accurate data about who is coming to our events, we would be grateful if you would spend a couple of minutes completing our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Questionnaire by clicking HERE. Completing this form is voluntary, and any data you submit will be held securely and only used for the purpose of monitoring our organisational profile.

River restoration – Morden Hall Park – River Wandle

Activity Description: We’ll be continuing our volunteer restoration work through Morden Hall Park to improve this section of the River Wandle for wildlife. Activities could include narrowing the channel by installing brash berms and creating flow diversity with large woody material. This is a fairly physical task that involves working in the river in waders. Read more about the project HERE.

Meeting point: The start of the boardwalk leading to the wetland. Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Rd, Morden SM4 5HX. Google map HERE.

What to bring: gardening gloves (they will get wet so you may want to avoid expensive leather ones), hand sanitiser, face mask and any water or food you may want. We’ll be providing hot drinks at lunch – but┬áplease bring along your own mug.

Covid precautions: Please do not attend this event if you, or a member of your household, has any symptoms of covid-19.

BOOKING ESSENTIAL – please rsvp using the button below and complete the form to secure your spot. If the event is already fully booked then please sign yourself up to the waiting list and we’ll be in touch if a space becomes available.

Booking for this event will close at 5pm on 1st September.

Please email volunteering@southeastriverstrust.org to:

  • Find out more information,
  • Cancel your space if you can no longer make it.

To read our Health and Safety Guidelines for this event please click HERE.

To read our Privacy Policy and see how we use and look after the information you provide when booking your spot at our events please click HERE.

SERT is committed to becoming a more inclusive, equal and diverse organisation. We value people as individuals with diverse opinions, cultures, lifestyles and circumstances. This applies to our event attendees and volunteers as well as all our staff, trustees and job applicants. To help us maintain accurate data about who is coming to our events, we would be grateful if you would spend a couple of minutes completing our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Questionnaire by clicking HERE. Completing this form is voluntary, and any data you submit will be held securely and only used for the purpose of monitoring our organisational profile.