One of the great things about being a community ranger is that I can spend time getting through the red tape, so that we can create projects in our shared public spaces.
I’ve been working hard with Red Kite to get permission to plant wildflowers on some of the grass verges around Micklefield, and residents and myself began planting this year.
Sites planted already include: in front of the Polish Centre on Forest Way and on the triangle of grass in front of Ash Hill School. We have also been doing some planting at the Wrights Meadow Centre in Wycombe Marsh and out and about with the Wycombe Marsh Community Environment Group. Keep an eye on the ‘What’s on’ page for events coming up.