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Selby District AVS - update 17 June

Woodmeadow Trust Summer Newsletter

We are delighted to announce that our Meadow Safari Day will take place on Sunday 26 July at Three Hagges Woodmeadow.  We have a fantastic line up of pre-bookable 'Meadow Safaris' which include 'Snakes in the Grass', 'Tales in the Woodmeadow', 'Meadow Safari', 'Beauty and the Mini Beasts' and a 'Butterfly Safari'.  We have designed this event with your safety in mind and each 'Meadow Safari' will consist of a maximum of six people and social distancing will be in place.  For further details click this link.

Now is a great time to visit Three Hagges Woodmeadow to see the beautiful wildflowers and grasses.  If you are planning a visit then download our Summer Wildflower and Grasses Spotter Sheet and see how many species you can spot.  It is also a great time to grab your pencils and paper and spend an hour or two drawing one of the wildflowers and enter our Wildflower Drawing Competition which is open to all ages.

Rosalind Forbes Adam, Project Leader and Trustee was recently interviewed by David Oaks from Trees a Crowd and you can hear her insightful interview about the creation of Three Hagges Woodmeadow and the Woodmeadow Trust by clicking on this link.

This weekend Yorkshire Wildlife Trust are on a mission to discover how many different wildlife species we can collectively record from our Yorkshire homes in just 24 hours. Sign up now to take part in the Great Yorkshire Creature Count.

Events at Three Hagges Woodmeadow


SEISS webinar dates

The Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) has been introduced to help the self-employed (including members of business partnerships) through this period of disruption.

The scheme has been extended. If you’re eligible for the second and final grant, and your business has been adversely affected on or after 14‌‌ July 2020, you’ll be able to make a claim in August 2020.

More information about how to claim the second grant will be published in due course.

If you have not yet submitted a claim for the first grant or would like to find out more about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS), you can join one of our live webinars.

Choose a date and time

The webinar takes you through the aim of the scheme, who can apply, how much you may be entitled to, how to apply for the first grant and what happens after you’ve applied.

Demand for this webinar has been exceptional, so we’ve added even more dates for our customers.

You can ask questions during this interactive webinar using the on-screen text box.

We’ll endeavour to bring you the most up-to-date information to keep you fully informed of changes as they develop.

Get help. Protect your business. Save jobs.

Events at Three Hagges Woodmeadow



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