Fundraising for Reptile Project at Dawberry Fields

We are working in partnership with the Naturally Birmingham Future Parks Accelerator Programme and the local community to fundraise for the Dawberry Fields Reptile Project.

This project will create habitats for slow worm and common lizard to thrive. We will install banks and stones to provide safe places for these protected species to bask and hibernate as well as creating homes for a range of other wildlife by creating areas of wildflowers.

To donate visit our JustGiving page or Text DAWBERRY to 70085 to give £10.

Texts cost £10 plus one standard rate message and you’ll be opting in to hear more about our work and fundraising via telephone and SMS. If you’d like to give £10 but do not wish to receive marketing communications, text DAWBERRYNOINFO to 70085.

I am incredibly excited to see how much money we can raise in Dawberry Fields. Through our work, we have seen more people and families use the park, and I am sure this project to create a habitat for slow worms and common lizard will encourage even more people to do so. Lockdown and Covid 19 has shown us how important parks are to us, so let’s use this opportunity to show parks how much we care about them too. People need parks and parks need people. Thank you for all your support.  

Hamira Sultan, Consultant in Public Health and Future Parks Accelerator Director

For more information on the Naturally Birmingham Future Parks Accelerator Programme click here.

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