St Nicks

Centre for nature and green living

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With a little help from our friends: St Nicks volunteers making a difference

Our hard working and hardy volunteers have been at it again, day and night, come rain or shine. Apart from our regular weekly sessions, we offer plenty of drop-in opportunities if you’d like to volunteer with us to look for wildlife or to help York to bloom and buzz. Here is a summary of recent […]

Posted 18 October 2019 | Categories: Stories, Volunteers' diary, Wildwatch | Tags: meadow, student action, volunteer, wildflowers, wildlife

Anneliese’s Autumnal Acrostics

St Nicks patron and local poet Anneliese Emmans Dean was helping Autumn Fayre 2016 visitors write 2 acrostic poems about autumn. Here they are (or as much as we could decipher): Comforting cake for an acrostic Eating cake… Leaving allotment bounty on my godparents’ doorstep Ensuring environmental policies radically transform our city, our nation, our […]

Posted 19 October 2016 | Categories: Stories