In November 2022 we went back to the school to trim the Wigloo which had got slightly 'out of control' since our earlier visit! A couple of hours work and the Wigloo will once again be able to host forest classes for the students when the weather improves. All the off-cuts of willow will be used by the students during their Forest School sessions when they have a go at willow weaving.
In March 2022 a small team of Titsey Rotarians arrived at Hurst Green Infants School. We were shown to the planting sites where everything was marked out ready. After around three hours we had planted about 280 hedging plugs and over 50 small trees, some over 6ft high with wooden stakes driven in and ties.
In June 2018 we returned to continue our clearing activities. As well as clearing nettles from the forest school area, we tidied up the school’s amazing “willow wigwam” – an outside learning area made of woven willow saplings growing the school grounds
In May 2018 we tried our hand at clearing brambles, nettles and other weeds from the playing fields area at the school. This was important because some of the overgrowth that required our attention would otherwise potentially block access for emergency services.
more Every year since 2011 we have organised the Oxted Boot Fair on Master Park
more Pre-booking has now closed. It may be possible to pay on arrival.
more As part of the effort to provide Covid-19 vaccinations Titsey Rotarians have been helping with marshalling in Oxted.
more New warehouse fit-out supported by the four Rotary clubs in Tandridge
more ...makes us stronger. Find out how Titsey Rotary, St Silvan's Area Charity and Oxted United Charities came together to help out in our community.
more Titsey Rotary is delighted to be a member of the Dementia Friendly Community initiative in Oxted.....
more In 2019 Titsey Rotary designed and part-funded a garden project...
more A sponsored route linking ten of the “projects” we have been involved with over the years - WATCH THE VIDEO
more Early September is always time for fun and frolics in Hurst Green. This year was no different.
more Santa, Rudolph and the Titsey Rotary Elves are back in Oxted, Hurst Green and Limpsfield!
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