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Contractor sought to deliver environmental eduction sessions

( Last Updated: 07-12-2017 )

The Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Partnership is seeking a contractor to deliver river themed environmental education sessions at primary and secondary schools in 2018 as part of the HLF funded Culm Community Crayfish Project.

The sessions will be inspired by the plight of the native the white-clawed crayfish and will include the wider diversity of aquatic and terrestrial wildlife found on the river Culm.

The budget available for this work is in the region of £7000-8000 (ex-VAT) to include travel (plus a materials/equipment and school transport budget of approx. £1,750) Deadline for submitting tenders is midday on Wednesday 3 January 2018.

The successful contractor will be expected to begin planning activities the week commencing 15 January 2018. 

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For more information James Maben, Culm Community Crayfish Project Manager on 01823 681937.

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