Friends of the Crags are holding a litter pick on Monday, January 24, starting at The Oval at 10.30am. ALL WELCOME
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There will be a Friends of the Crags catch-up meeting for all interested parties at Denaby Library at 1pm on Wednesday January 19, 2022. This will include all the latest developments in the project plus details of the upcoming stakeholders' [READ MORE]
Come on all you Craggers - here's a chance to see our beautiful hills as you have never seen them before... by moonlight! Friends of the Crags are holding a night-time amble, complete with walk leaders, to take place on WEDNESDAY, [READ MORE]
The first 100m walking distance markers have now been 'planted' in the Crags linear park, as its rebirth as a local leisure facility continues. Crags Friend Leon Clemitshaw joined workers from Doncaster borough council in setting the first tranche of distance [READ MORE]
The 'totem poles' that will mark the main entrances to the Crags site are now with the Shedheads group for carving. Aside from carved information for walkers, they will include carved patterns taken from the Bayeux Tapestry - the tapestry marking [READ MORE]
The Lady's Valley section of The Crags is now regaining its former beauty - after a massive clean-up undertaken by local councillors and Friends of The Crags, with Leon Clemitshaw leading from the front! A veritable mountain of glass and rubbish [READ MORE]
Totem time has come to The Crags! As we move out of the depressing Covid-19 lockdown, the Friends of The Crags group has gone into overdrive to catch up the virus hiatus. And top of the agenda are the totem poles [READ MORE]
As Britain gets ready to emerge from lockdown, hard-working volunteers are still working hard to make the Crags clean and safe for families to visit. Tony and Carol Sellars, of the Friends of The Crags group recently took time out to [READ MORE]
Work by Friends of The Crags and Doncaster Council is at long last set to begin again, following the long Covid-19 break and lockdowns. The Friends and DMBC are looking at ways to make the area both safer and more amenable, [READ MORE]
The virus is still hampering efforts to create a leisure park on the Conisbrough and Denaby Crags, but Friends of the Crags leaders Tony and Carol Sellars have nevertheless been busy during the past month - escaping Covid-19 confinement by clearing [READ MORE]