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Croxley Common Moor



   

Volunteers play an extremely important part in managing scrub on the Moor. The Friends of Croxley Common Moor, a voluntary group, meet on the second Sunday of every month between September and March to cut down and burn scrub. At this time of year there is no risk of disturbing nesting birds and flowering plants. The Friends work to an agreed management plan drawn up by the Countryside Management Service (CMS) and Three Rivers District Council (TRDC).

In 2014 parties from the Croxley Green Scout Group, and GE Money, helped to remove ragwort. Boys from Haberdashers Aske school help regularly with scrub clearance. The Friends are keen to hear from other schools, youth groups and companies interested in volunteering on the Moor.

If you would like to volunteer and/or join the Friends of Croxley Common Moor, then please contact the Friends group.

Volunteer days are regularly held during the winter months, on the second Sunday of each month, September to March, between 10am and 1pm. Other volunteer days are held during the summer. Full details of all volunteer days can be found on the Events page.

Volunteers carry out an annual glow worm survey.