The Friends of Sefton's Coast want volunteers to take part in regular activities to ensure the borough's biggest natural asset remains clean, green and beautiful.
There will be habitat improvement works with the Gems in the Dunes group in Ainsdale dunes on Tuesday, September 4, helping fellow volunteers, you will work to benefit local wildlife, flora and fauna.
Gems in the Dunes will host another species survey that has taken place throughout July, August and will continue in September. The next survey session will take place on Thursday, September 6 in Ainsdale dunes.
While most equipment will be provided, it is recommended that you bring gloves and sturdy footwear.
To confirm meeting places and start times for both sessions, contact Gems on the Dunes on 01704 571 575 or by email
Gems in the Dunes
Gems in the Dunes is an exciting new project led by Amphibian and Reptile Conservation under the wider HLF-funded ‘Back from the Brink’ partnership programme. The aim of the programme is to bring 20 key species back from the brink of extinction and improve the fortunes of a further 200 plants and animals found here in the UK.