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Surrey conservation group seeks volunteers

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image captionSurrey Wildlife Trust volunteers (Photo by Charlotte Williams)
Volunteers are being sought to help carry out conservation work in east Surrey.
Surrey Wildlife Trust said recent donations had enabled it to buy two minibuses to help get people and equipment to its nature reserves.
The trust has extended its conservation work programme to Norbury Park and is looking for extra volunteers.
It urged anyone who wanted to help out to get in touch and learn "traditional countryside skills".
Anna Fosbery, from Surrey Wildlife Trust, said: "Volunteering with Surrey Wildlife Trust provides the opportunity to make new friends, get involved in outdoor activities and get some exercise.
"Conservation activities are interesting, varied and very rewarding, so come and learn some traditional countryside skills such as coppicing, hedge laying and fencing, and help us help Surrey's wildlife."

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