Thursday, August 22, 2013

New website for the Friends of Russia Dock Woodland

The Friends of Russia Dock Woodland have just launched their new website.  Over the coming week the old website will be removed, so please update your bookmarks:   

It will take a few weeks for the new site to show up on Google searches, so please keep a note of the new website address if you are a regular visitor to the site.

You will find the latest news, a new photo gallery (which will be expanded as people send in their contributions) together with plenty of information about the Russia Dock Woodland and the activities of the Friends, including keeping a weather eye on planning applications that might affect it.

The Russia Dock Woodland runs through the centre of Rotherhithe, and connects with Stave Hill Ecological Park.  Both the Friends and the Stave Hill teams work closely together to ensure that the ecology and general care of the sites are maintained to a very high standard.  A number of awards, most recently another Green Flag award, have recognized the efforts of all those who push for ongoing improvements for the benefit of both the public and the local wildlife.  

Walking in the woodland is a lovely way to spend an hour or so, and it is good to have a way of keeping abreast of all their latest news, updated regularly by the Secretary of the Friends.

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