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Stokeleigh Camp



Employee Volunteering - Hill-Fort Conservation, Leigh Woods, Near Bristol

Anyone fancy 'persuading' your work mates to do something for an ancient site? I found the following opportunity as part of the National Trust Employee volunteering programme at

"Leigh Woods is well-known to many as the backdrop to the Clifton Suspension Bridge and is used as an escape from the bustling city of Bristol by thousands of people every year. Come and help the National Trust to remove encroaching vegetation from the Iron Age hill-fort of Stokeleigh Camp within the heart of the woods. Overlooking the Avon Gorge, volunteers will work alongside National Trust wardens to conserve this important archaeological feature and show these impressive ramparts at their best! Suitable for groups of ten people."

WHAT: practical work and diy
WHERE: Leigh Woods, near Bristol
WHEN: November - March
YOU NEED: Old clothes and stout footwear

Interested? Call the EVP Team 01793 462787 or email to -
pure joy Posted by pure joy
21st January 2004ce
Edited 21st January 2004ce

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