Volunteers are invited to take an active role in the care of the Aire and Calder Navigation Ferrybridge. Activities, which is to create paths, addressing the vegetation, planting bulbs, installing benches and clearing litter to be organized as part of the Pugwash.
Project Pugwash is a plan to help people of all ages and abilities to live full, active and healthy, providing an exciting and ground water activities.The project has already delivered a number of successful activities that helped to recruit local people to areas of the waterways and makes them more attractive to visitors and wildlife.
Make a difference
The sessions will be held 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on the 23rd, 25th, 30th August and 1st September and volunteers are able to attend as many or as few sessions as they wish.
Director of volunteer British Waterways', Claire McDonald, said: "These actions are a great opportunity for people to go out in the open air and make a real difference to the local environment. With a variety of functions available, we have something for everyone to be involved in. It 'a good opportunity to stay active, meet new people and enjoy real success at the end of the day. "
Pugwash is a project co-NHS Wakefield District, British Waterways, BTCV and the two charities Marine - Water Trust safe and reliable anchorage.