Editorial

 by Susan Folkes 

Woodland Trail

Please can we ask for your support in applying for a grant from Aviva to help fund signage on the new Woodland Trail. We are working on a new information board which will be positioned at the start of the trail. Our signage is already being part-financed with a grant from the Walnuts Shopping Centre and we are looking for further funding. Aviva will award this to projects with the most votes. Please vote for us at Woodland Trail Project. This is a countrywide offer so we need all the support we can get.

You will be asked to register with Aviva but you can request no follow-ups. For more information see the Woodland Trail page in Facilities.

Digital Nature Trail

A good time was had by all at the launch of "Autumn", the first phase of our digital nature trail at Bromley High Junior School. The launch event was organised by Mrs Sheetal Kowalczk who also managed the school's input to the trail. Dr Judy John, who designed the original trail, was our mentor and Sue Folkes managed the project, editing and publishing the final result.

See the Digital Nature Trail page under Facilities.

 
The Mayor of Bromley, Kim Botting with the trail builders
from left, Sam Shawcross, the Mayor, Dr Judy John, 
Sue Folkes (FoJCP, project manager) and
Sheetal Kowacyzk

The Mayor of Bromley inspecting the work 
done by the girls at Post 2 

Scanning the trail at post 2

 

Friends of Jubilee Country Park with Science teacher Sheetal Kowalczk and pupils from Bromley High Junior School


   













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