Sunday 8th April 2018 – Overdale Hospital, Westmount Road, St Helier – 10:30-13.00
I can’t believe it’s the last task of the season already, although it does mean apparently that summer is round the corner, yes really!!
The details The Insurance Corporation Jersey Conservation Awards 2017 was won by Karen Langlois who runs the Overdale Horticultural Group which provides social and therapeutic horticulture for patients in the grounds of the rehabilitation hospital.
Karen has asked for our help to make their grounds more wildlife friendly by digging a pond, undertaking some woodland management and creating new steps on the woodland paths.
The site Meet at Overdale Hospital, Westmount Road, St Helier
Jersey Phone Book map A4. Google maps here
Approaching from the north along Westmount Road with the crematorium on your right, take the second right into Overdale Hospital, follow the road through the site towards the exit but turn right as the road takes you left to the exit.
Parking Car park at the back of the site marked with the red marker below:
The task We will be making the grounds more wildlife friendly by digging a pond, undertaking some woodland management and creating new steps on the woodland paths.
We will meet at 10.20 to ensure we start at 10:30 prompt and plan to work until about 12:30.
Tools needed This task is all about digging so please bring your own spade if you have one (note garden forks and trowels are not suitable for this task), we have some spades but not enough for all. As usual we have gloves for those who need them, but you may prefer to bring your own gardening gloves if you have them.
Clothing needed. It may be cold and, being Jersey, it may be wet so please dress sensibly and wellies may be absolutely essential!
Children are welcome to attend this task as long as they are directly supervised by a parent or guardian.
We will meet at 10.20 to ensure we start at 10:30 prompt and plan to work until about 12:30, when we stop for a hot drink, and a slice (or two) of Kim’s excellent cake.