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Up to date news and stories from The Conservation Volunteers in Northern Ireland.

Allotment winning streak
29 September 2014

People receiving an award

Knockbracken Community Allotments are on a winning streak, gaining two awards last month for their impressive achievements this growing season.

A group of regular TCV volunteers and staff headed down to Dublin for...

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Bat night in Carrickfergus
29 September 2014

People planting a garden to benefit bats

An event as part of International Bat Night on 30th August was held in Bashfordsland Wood, Carrickfergus - already a great spot for native bats such as the Common Pipistrelle and Brown...

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Killowen is growing places
27 September 2014

Staff and volunteers in the new garden

We recently brought you the story of how partnership working had secured the lease of an area of urban derelict land and the funding to deliver a new community garden in the Killowen area of Coleraine. 

Over a...

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Exciting events in September
1 September 2014

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The Conservation Volunteers' Belfast team will be at a number of exciting events in Belfast this autumn.

As part of ...

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Environment Minister sees TCV's great work
28 August 2014

Mark Durkan at Gransha Wood with The Conservation Volunteers

Environment Minister Mark H. Durkan visited TCV's Gransha Hospital base on Wednesday 27th August, to meet volunteers and look at recent improvements made to our building and to the surrounding woodlands.


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