The Manhood Wildlife and Heritage Group has been an active charity for over 20 years. We aim to engage people, of all ages and abilities, in action for wildlife and heritage, in order to preserve the diversity of nature and unique character of the Manhood Peninsula, below Chichester.
The Group undertakes a wide range of volunteer led projects to combat environmental issues and celebrate local history. These projects are made possible thanks to our dedicated volunteers and we always welcome new people to get involved with our work.
Catkins are small clusters of flowers and can be seen on some trees. My favourite of all catkins are found on the Goat Willow. Most of us know this tree as the pussy willow because its catkins look like cat’s
I could not celebrate our volunteers without talking about their love of all things “cake”. As I mentioned, last week, you have to add in the mid-volunteering sweet treat (with a cuppa, of course!) to keep the momentum up.