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Goatacre Cricket Club

30th January 2020

When Goatacre Cricket Club applied for a grant, part of the approval process was that the club had to install some variable wildlife habitations.

The RWB Shed were approached to see whether we would be able to help.

After discussing what might be suitable, it was agreed the The RWB Shed would provide the cricket club with 4 bird boxes, 2 bat boxes, 2 bug boxes and 2 bug hotels.

Phil, here on the right, can be seen handing over the completed items to John Wilkins from the cricket club.