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Girton Local Nature Recovery Plan

Girton Local Nature Recovery Plan is crowdfunding

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raised of £5,000 target by 27 supporters

Weʼre raising £5,000 to work on projects to make Girton a better wildlife habitat, including improvements to the Hibbert Ware memorial garden

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The Girton Local Nature Recovery Plan aims to make the village of Girton a better habitat for wildlife and to improve biodiversity. To do this we will need to support projects throughout the village, starting with a redevelopment of the Hibbert Ware memorial garden. We can't do this without the support of others in the village! You could volunteer your time to help the green team or to grow plants for our projects (email alison.giles@girton-pc.gov.uk to find out more), or help us to buy plants, tools and labour by supporting this fund.

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    Page last updated on: 3/6/2024 19.53

    Supporters

    27

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Mar 6, 2024

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Feb 13, 2024

      £25.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Feb 11, 2024

      Important work. Well done!

      £25.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jan 29, 2024

      £25.00

    • Ben Greig

      Ben Greig

      Jan 24, 2024

      £50.00

    • C & B

      C & B

      Jan 12, 2024

      £60.00

    • The Wills Family

      The Wills Family

      Dec 28, 2023

      We can't wait to see the results

      £20.00

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