Himalayan Balsam is an invasive plant present in Wrexham and damaging our natural wildflowers.
Every year our country rangers at Ty Mawr and Alyn Waters work with volunteers to “banish the balsam” from our river banks.
They’re beginning to have an impact, as our native wildflowers are starting to recover and are making a comeback on our riverbanks.
You can join the rangers at Alyn Waters Country Park on Tuesday, July 18 between 9:30am and 12pm for some Balsam Bashing. Due to the location of this event, it’s only suitable for ages 16 and above.
The park rangers and volunteers will also be getting together at Ty Mawr Country Park on Wednesday, July 26.
You can meet with them at the Visitor Centre at 1pm or join them down at the river bank up until 3:30pm. Due to the location the event is suitable for 8+ and all under 16’s must be supervised by an adult.
For more information about the event visit our main website at www.wrexham.gov.uk
You can also get involved by monitoring and recording sites where non-native plants and animals have been seen.
For more information or to record a sighting please visit www.dinns.org.uk
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