GREENSPACE - MAPPLEWELL & STAINCROSS

Mapplewell Village Hall, Darton Lane, Mapplewell, Barnsley, S75 6AL

Who we are

Locally known as Greenspace our group works with local councillors and BMBC representatives, local schools and other volunteers & groups to maintain and improve the greenspace in the Darton East Ward. This covers areas from the Eastfield Arms , to Woolley Edge, down Sparklane to the railway bridge, through to Darton railway bridge and on towards Woolley Grange. Fortnightly we organise litter picks or gardening and planting activities. Working with residents, councillors, business and other volunteer groups we have been able to draw down funds for plants, trees and improvements to play and exercise equipment. Open monthly meetings are at the Mapplewell Village Hall, every 3rd Monday of the month and all are welcome.

How you can help

We are involved in a wide range of activities and volunteers can become involved in: Supporting meetings and contributing to the agenda and discussions Annual appointment of officers Sourcing funding opportunities Completing funding applications Linking with BMBC Managing a project Attending volunteer training and other opportunities hosted by BMBC Litter picking Gardening activities Planting activities Liaising with local business /schools /groups Surveys and consultations Contribute to communication via Facebook, Twitter, Email, Local newspapers and leaflets You're not left unsupported we are very much a team. We do encourage families to be involved but ask that children are supervised by an attending adult and that appropriate activities selected with safety being a priority. No experience or specific time commitment is necessary. You give as much time as your are able and get involved with the activities you are interested in or able to undertake. Come along and meet the team and try us out.

Details

  • Opportunity details:
  • Inside
  • Outside
  • Active

  • Experience gained:
  • Work Experience
  • Life Skills
  • Gardening
  • Horticulture
  • Knowledge of Local Area

Published: 11 March 2019