Upcoming dates

 
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    Bedfont Lakes Country Park
    14 Aug, 10:00 – 15:00
    Bedfont Lakes Country Park, Clockhouse Ln, Feltham TW14 8QA, UK
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Chalk board showing where to find the group

Meeting point

For park days, we meet at 10am outside The Information Centre, located at the front entrance on Clockhouse Lane.

 

If you arrive after 10am, the BLCV chalkboard outside the Information Centre will display our location in the park for that day.

For orchard days, come straight to the orchard within Bedfont Lakes 'south side'.

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Come prepared

If you're thinking of coming along, please remember to:

  • Wear clothes appropriate for the weather and sturdy footwear such as walking boots. Wellies can be useful for work on the banks of the lakes and in the water channels.

  • Please bring your own gardening gloves. We provide all tools.

  • Bring plenty to drink for hydration and some packed lunch. Water bottles can be refilled at the Information Centre.

Volunteers gathering outside the Information Centre

Schedule

Volunteer days are held every third Saturday, and are run all year round.

  • Meet at 10am

  • Lunch break at approximately 12:30pm

  • End at 3pm.

 

Don't worry if you cannot stay for the whole day, just come for as long as you feel like!

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Covid-safe

  • Sessions are currently limited to 30 people per session.

  • Please observe and respect social distancing measures. 

  • Tools are disinfected before and after use.

  • The Visitor Centre toilets will be open, please observe the queuing system if it is occupied. There is no toilet or handwashing facility at the orchard in Southside.

  • We will not be able to provide hot drinks at the lunch break.

If you have any questions please contact the Bedfont Lakes Country Park's Countryside Team at countryside@hounslow.gov.uk.

Other events at the park

Other (non-voluteering) activites, frequently held by the Bedfont Lakes Country Park rangers, include: bird walks, family fun days, and childrens' activities including shelter building, mini-beasting, bat walks, camping nights, Easter egg hunts, and animal handling at the Animal Centre.