Volunteers needed for mass clean up of city woodland
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Volunteers can help clean up a city wildlife site this weekend.
The Train Wood litter pick takes place at the 12-acre woodland in Norwich, which borders the River Wensum on the northern side of the city and sits alongside the start of Marriott's Way.
It can be entered via the Barn Road roundabout entrance.
The litter pick, organised by the Friends of Train Wood and Marriott's Way, takes place on Saturday, June 16 from 10am-noon.
Volunteers should meet by the Barn Road entrance.
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Gloves and litter pickers will be provided. Participants should wear stout shoes.
The Friends of Train Wood group is open to anyone and its members aim to keep the dry and wet woodland open to the public.
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It is part of the city's floodplain and is home to foxes, otters, woodpeckers, birds, plant and aquatic life.
For more information about the group visit www.trainwood.co.uk