Amphibian Refuge Rescue

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Amphibian Refuge Rescue

Amphibian Refuge Rescue

Elizabeth Alcock By Elizabeth Alcock

Complete a secure wildlife area for study, inspiration and community. The area already has a secure metal fence and lockable gate.

Barnet Idea stage

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Replace 12 yr old and incorrectly laid liner, add pebbles and rocks for wildlife access (some already donated), tame self-set saplings and wait for rain - Just a few things to finish this area! Completed, this secure space will provide an inspiring cross-curricula study area available to a wide range of multi faith, multi-ethnic, young local residents - boys and girls and staff.

What we'll deliver:

  • Wildlife pond
  • Dipping\Observation area
  • Compost area
  • Cultivation area for educational materials

Why it's a great idea:

Firstly, our newt colony, frogs and toads need a safe new home. North London students’ learning will progress with practical experiences and everyone’s, both adults' and children's, mental health will be enhanced by this oasis.

Steps to get it done:

  • Clearing overgrown vegetation
  • Appointing contractor
  • Design dipping pathway and edging
  • Establish Science Dept cultivation area
  • Removal of two trees currently overhanging area and disrupting pathways (others planted)
  • Provide Health and Safety Guidelines for users

Supporters for this project include senior managers, maintenance experts, students and local residents.

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Location Barnet

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Council

London Borough of Barnet

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How will the money be spent?Total £3,468

Remove/replace liners, supply underlay, relay paths, remove rubbish - £970 (28%)
Observation area - £900 (26%)
Scientific measuring equipment etc - £725 (21%)
Highland Scottish pebbles - £430 (12%)
Stones - £60 (2%)
Rockery stones - £30 (1%)
Stones - £30 (1%)
Other - £323 (9%)

Costs Breakdown

This shows how money raised for the project will be spent. Before entering fundraising these costs will be confirmed by the project's Delivery Manager and verified by the verifier.

28%
Remove/replace liners, supply underlay, relay paths, remove rubbish
£970
26%
Observation area
£900
21%
Scientific measuring equipment etc
£725
12%
Highland Scottish pebbles
£430
2%
Stones
£60
1%
Rockery stones
£30
1%
Stones
£30
9%
Other Read More
£323
  • Spacehive fees
    £151
  • Transaction Fees
    £141
  • VAT
    £30

Overfunding

This project is enabled for overfunding. If the project hits its funding goal before the end of the campaign period, any extra funds raised will be spent (in order of priority) on:

  • Plants, raised bed, compost, compost bins, dipping nets, educational materials and instruments (meteorological station, fluid measures, etc), cultivation tools.

Total £3,468

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