Lucky dip for Lottery pond.
The group hopes the pond will play a role in the environmental education of local children, provide educational and healthy activities and get the community involved with nurturing a new wildlife area.
Dave Evason, a member of the society, said: "Money from the Big Lottery Fund will help to bind together Henley's community in the restoration of its ecologically important town pond, providing expertise, materials, workshops and talks."
The pond lies within an 'Ecosite' conservation area next to the River Alne.
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||Jan 13, 2011|
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