Published: 16/03/2017 17:38 - Updated: 16/03/2017 17:46

Volunteers turn out to help at St John's Pool

Vounteers turned out in force to help with the habitat enhancement work and access improvements.
Vounteers turned out in force to help with the habitat enhancement work and access improvements.

A record number of volunteers turned out  to assist with habitat enhancement work and access improvements at St Johns Pool near Dunnet. 

Members of the Caithness Countryside Volunteers were joined by representatives from the Caithness Broch Project to create a dynamic team of enthusiastic volunteers.

A range of jobs were completed including weeding, landscaping the islands, ditch clearing, path building, clearing vegetation and not forgetting, a successful team building exercise to fix camouflage screening to the viewing hides. 

The Caithness Countryside Volunteers is organised through the Highland Council’s Planning and Infrastructure Countryside Rangers and is  looking for new members.

To find out more about the group,  contact Marina Swanson on 01847 821531 or e-mail marina.swanson@highland.gov.uk 

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