Cassiobury Green Gym in Watford

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    The Cassiobury Green Gym is looking for volunteers who want to improve their health and wellbeing by creating a better environment in the wonderful Cassiobury Park. Come along for as long as you like, enjoy the outdoors and work at your own pace and ability!

    Green Gyms are fun and free outdoor sessions where you will be guided in practical conservation activities such as planting trees, sowing meadows and cultivating crops, establishing wildlife ponds, coppicing and weeding invasive plants, as well as building wildlife habitats.

    The Green Gym® is a successful nationwide initiative by The Conservation Volunteers, set up as a unique way to get fit, transform the environment, meet new people and learn new skills. Each session starts with a warm up and finishes with a cool down before and after a range of light to vigorous activities, designed to suit different abilities.


    BOOKING: To book your place on the Green Gym, please ring Maria Schlatter on 07717 494 476 or email

    MEETING POINTS: Meet at 9.45am outside the ChaChaCha cafe in Cassiobury Park  (WD18 7HY) or go directly to the Community Project site (behind the Bowls Club building) for a 10am start.

    ALL WELCOME: Under 16s accompanied by a guardian are welcome, and 16-18s need a signed parental consent form (form available on request).

    WE PROVIDE: All tools, and refreshments.

    PLEASE WEAR: Outdoor clothes and sturdy shoes or boots (trainers not advisable).

    TETANUS: Please ensure that your tetanus inoculation is up to date.

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    Cassiobury Park, Community Project Site (behind Bowls Club building), Watford