The Cherry Chatter committee meets on the second Tuesday of the month to review and edit all articles. The newsletter is then created and sent to the printers as well as added to the website. A team of volunteers distributes the printed newsletters to the residents of Cherry Gardens. If you are interested in joining the committee, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or find out more about us.
Friends of Scott Creek
The Friends of Scott Creek Conservation Park was established in 1990, five years after the Conservation Park was proclaimed. They are a diverse group of people who share a passion for protecting and enhancing this special part of the Adelaide Hills. Restoration activities that the Friends group undertakes in the Park include rehabilitation of creek systems and other wetland areas, bush regeneration and a limited amount of tubestock planting of locally indigenous species, to revegetate more degraded areas. There is also monitoring, mapping weed and native species locations and a bird banding program that has been run in the Park since 1993.
The group has regular social outings, runs annual public walks in the Park, produces a quarterly newsletter, Bandicoot Tails, and maintains a website, which comprises a wealth of information available to the wider community. Enjoy a walk in nature, the beautiful bushland, the wildlife and the views. Visit our friendly group’s activities and be inspired by our restoration efforts, learn bushcare skills or join up to help preserve this special place.
Anyone wanting information about the group or Park, or wanting to get involved in any of the Friends’ activities, can contact Peter Watton on 0427010949 or email email@example.com or visit our website www.friendsofscottcreekcp.org.au or Facebook page. The Friends’ calendar of activities can be found on its website and in the back of its quarterly newsletter.
Read the Friends' Cherry Chatter column.
Meetings are held in the Cherry Gardens Uniting Church, at 7:30pm on the 2nd Monday evening (3rd if it clashes with a public holiday), from January to November. Everyone is welcome.
For more details contact:
• President: Ray Wise: firstname.lastname@example.org 0405 273 003
• Secretary: Shirley Callaghan: email@example.com 0403 801 916
Read the Garden Club news here.
Minton Farm aims to protect the natural environment, to save wildlife and to conserve and sustain SA’s natural diversity as a free community service. Volunteers are needed to help at Minton Farm on Tuesday or Thursday, from 10am to 2pm every week. For more information regarding volunteering at Minton Farm, please refer to their website.
You can also read Minton Farm News in the Cherry Chatter.
Pilates classes at the Cherry Gardens CFS Station
Wednesday evenings 7.30 pm – 8.30 pm