Due to the coronavirus pandemic the restoration of the Hiltingbury Lakes site is continuing to progress with extra measures put in place to ensure that workers adhere to the current social distancing and government guidelines.
The Chandler's Ford and Hiltingbury Local Area Committee have approved £260,000 for the restoration of the Hiltingbury Lakes site.
The much needed transformation work will restore the popular beauty spot by:
- Improving water flows through the lake and ponds
- Removing invasive plants
- Restoring historical woodland
- Protecting wildlife
- Improving paths
- Better visitor information
- Recruiting volunteers
For updates on the progress of the Hiltingbury Lakes transformation, including a project timetable and footpath closures please see our Hiltingbury Lakes Update page.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic we are currently unable to have our usual team of volunteers working on the site but as soon as restrictions are lifted we will be inviting the team and any new volunteers back to get involved with the project. Volunteers are required to help with clearing the site and protecting the environment during the transformation, you can still sign up to become a volunteer click here.
If you'd like to get involved with the Hiltingbury Lakes transformation or to find out more, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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