High Life Highland organises community clear-up in woodland at Dingwall, Ross-shire
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ECO-minded Dingwall residents are being urged to get stuck in and help with a community clear-up in the town's Tulloch Woods next month.
Litter picking, clearing of invasive rhododendron bushes, and removal of garden waste are among the activities planned at the clean-up event on Saturday, February 11 between 11am and 4pm.
A spokesman for High Life Highland, which is helping to organise the clean-up, said: "Join us for a community clear up event and some fun in the woods!
"We will be litter picking, removing garden water and non-native rhododendron bushes to improve the woods for local people and wildlife.
"We will also have a fire going and a shelter up so we can stop for hot drinks.
"We need you help to get it all done! It's a great way to stretch your legs and get active outdoors after Christmas!"
All children attending must be accompanied by an adult, and organisers are advising that volunteers should bring warm clothing. Participants should also bring their own cup and snacks for around the fire, although hot water will be provided.
Booking in advance is requested for track and trace purposes via https://booking.highlifehighland.com/guest-activities/4680
For more details call Marcia Rae on 07788 387 634 or email firstname.lastname@example.org