Different people organise events throughout the year at various locations.
|Location||Southshore Spit Reserve. In association with Trees for Canterbury (external link)|
|Date||Saturday 12 August|
|Time||10am to noon|
|Where to go||Meet at the end of Rockinghorse Road.
Look for signs directing you to planting site which is a short walk into the reserve.
|Contact||Jason Roberts, Council Park Ranger: (03) 941 7540, 027 224 5906 or firstname.lastname@example.org|
|What to bring||Wear closed footwear and bring gardening gloves and a spade.|
Regular working bees are held on the first Sunday of every month. The locations vary so check the Estuary Trust (external link) website for more details. Tasks include infill planting and maintenance.
|Location||South New Brighton Park|
|Date||Regular working bees are held on the first Sunday of each month. 2017 dates are listed on the Estuary Trust (external link) website|
|Time||2pm to 4pm|
|Where to go||Meet at South New Brighton Park playground|
|Contact||Pieter Borcherds 027 611 8655|
|What to bring||Tools provided. Wear closed footwear and bring gardening gloves.|
Follow the Sumner Environment Facebook page (external link) for notices of upcoming dune working bees.