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 working for wildlife and the countryside in and around Harlow.
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Harlow Wildlife

Harlow Wildlife
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to the Harlow Conservation Volunteers web site.
  What's New

New Spring-Summer 2023 HCV task programme available:
see Programme page.

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boardwalk construction
Building the original boardwalk at Parndon Moat Marsh in 2004
- to be replaced this summer.
HCV is a group of volunteers who work for nature conservation in and around Harlow. Our aim is to improve the environment for wildlife, nature conservation, and recreation and to improve public access to the countryside.

This site has the following sections:

About HCV: who we are, what sort of work we do, about volunteering, sites we work on and for whom;
plus photo gallery, sites directory, health and safety, child protection, and equal opportunities policies, and HCV accounts.

News: news about the group and other local conservation related items.

Programme: our current task programme, together with a downloadable PDF version of the printed newsletter.
Greenteam Volunteers midweek task programme.
Training: list of conservation training courses.
Wildspace! project tasks & events.

Contacts: how to contact us, plus other useful contact details.

Resources: various useful documents to download, plus newsletter archive.

Links: web links to local and national conservation and environmental organizations.

If you are interested in finding out more about the group then don't hesitate to contact us.

All over the country conservation volunteers do practical work which makes a major contribution to our natural heritage. Why not join us and make your local area a better place?

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