Doncaster Botanist Society is joining us for another walk across the Crags, to assess the varied plant life in the area. The walk will take place on Friday, June 30, starting out from Crags Road (Balby Street) at 10.30am. It [READ MORE]
By Jim Oldfield|2023-06-25T22:43:59+01:00June 25th, 2023|Categories: News|Comments Off on Botany Walk
After the success of the recent litter pick around the ancient Bell Pits area of the Crags, it has been decided that there will be a number of "themed" litter picks over the coming months. Not only will local people [READ MORE]
By Jim Oldfield|2023-04-16T16:07:53+01:00April 16th, 2023|Categories: News, Ticker|Comments Off on Litter Picking Learning!
Friends of The Crags embarked on a Good Friday good deed - with an Easter litter pick to gather a dozen bags of rubbish, from the area around the Bell Pits. The team set out at the ancient woodlands, and [READ MORE]
By Jim Oldfield|2023-04-11T11:27:49+01:00April 11th, 2023|Categories: News, Ticker|Comments Off on Good Friday, good deed!
Friends of the Crags enjoyed a fine Spring morning to collect another TWELVE bags of rubbish from our beautiful Conisbrough and Denaby hillside. The litter pick set out from the ancient Roman lookout post at Copley Avenue, and the wonderful [READ MORE]
By Jim Oldfield|2023-03-04T12:08:38+00:00March 4th, 2023|Categories: News, Ticker|Comments Off on Litter, litter!
Friends of the Crags members collect a mammoth ELEVEN sack of litter on their recent walk to the ancient Roman lookout post at the top of the North Cliff crags this week. The group walked from Copley Avenue, Conanby, on [READ MORE]
By Jim Oldfield|2022-10-15T15:55:50+01:00October 15th, 2022|Categories: News, Ticker|Comments Off on Romans in the gloamin’
Why not journey back to Roman times with us... and help clean up the Crags while you're at it?! The Friends of the Crags are organising a walk up to the old Roman lookout post, on Friday, October 14, starting [READ MORE]
By Jim Oldfield|2022-10-15T12:17:34+01:00October 10th, 2022|Categories: Events, News|Comments Off on Litter Legionnaires wanted!