Shire Oak Park: Come meet the Rangers this Saturday


Shire Oak Park Nature Reserve: a hidden and little-known gem.

Helen Sanger, the Walsall Council Countryside Ranger responsible for Shire Oak Park Nature Reserve, has asked me to point out to readers and fans of the reserve that this coming Saturday, 9th November 2013 there will be a chance to meet with Tim Cleary, Countryside Operations Ranger.

Helen said:

Hello Shire Oak Park friends and users!

With keeping you up to date and informed in mind and after the positive feedback of our recent meet and greet I would like to extend an invitation from Tim Cleary who’s the Countryside Operations Ranger to meet on site to discus woodland and heathland management.

Don’t panic! It’s for the purpose of opening up lines of communication and to give you the information you desire rather than finding out after work is done.

Tim is keen to meet a week on Saturday, 9th November 2013. From 9:00 to 10am, with the hope of catching our dog walkers and other morning regulars. On or near the car park.

Please let me know if you will be able to attend and perhaps anything that you would like to discuss in particular to ensure Tim has the information with him. I will tweet at some point too.

Feel free to pass on the invitation and get the word out as not everyone uses FB.

While we’re about it, for all your Shire Oak Park requirements, check out the friendly, informal Shire Oak Park users group on Facebook. It’s a place where interested folk can come and ask questions, raise issues or learn some of the history of the reserve. There’s more than one admin and the group is becoming as popular and useful as those for other Walsall greenspaces. Please do check it out if you’re interested in this valuable local habitat.

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