Every month, CATCH complete a visit to the river to take a snapshot of the river condition via a method called ‘kick sampling’. This is where we enter the river, take a sample of the river entomology and examine the numbers of different insects.… ...read the rest
This coming Friday we are performing a one hour presentation to the Wincanton Gardeners Club. The talk will commence at 7pm and is guaranteed to brighten up your Friday. THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME!… ...read the rest
The final litter pick of 2016 takes place on Sunday 18th December 2016 and as always, everyone is welcome. We shall meet outside the David Sharp Centre (located at Wincanton Recreation Ground), for 10 am and as usual we aim to finish at 12 noon. Please wear sutiable clothing and footwear for outdoor work and seasonal weather conditions. Children are most welcome but must be accopmpanied and supervised by an adult. At this time of year we have to be particularly mindful of the water level, in the event of heavy rainfall we will look to work away from … ...read the rest
Although we’ve known for two or three years that otters have been living on the river Cale, and they have been sighted in varoius spots including the Wincanton recreation ground, we’ve never been able to secure a really good photograph of one of them – until now.… ...read the rest
Our next litter pick will be on Sunday 5th June 2016 from 10am until 12 noon approx. Everyone is welcome but we would ask that all children are supervised by an adult. Suitable clothing is strongly recommended for light outdoor work. Gloves, litter pickers and high vis bibs are provided. We will be meeting at the David Sharp Centre which is located at the Wincanton Recreation Ground next to the town cemetery. Cake and hot drinks free for all volunteers. If you’d like to know more please call C.A.T.C.H. on 07597 127187 or message us via our facebook page.