Remove invasive plants and clean up Broomhill Park, Sooke! Carpooling available!

This is a past event

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Broomhill Community Park

2279 Pyrite Drive · Sooke, bc

How to find us

We will meet in the park (near Pyrite and Beaton Road in Sooke)

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We will be removing invasive plants from Broom Hill in Sooke!

Step 1. If you haven't done so, please register as a GVGT Volunteer and sign the waiver here:

This event is on rain or shine!

Meeting Spot and Parking

We will meet near the entrance to Broom Hill Park here:
There is parking in the park.

How to get to the location

Transit/Cycling. To find out the best route from where you are, please go to BC Transit ( or use Google Maps (

Carpool. If you need a ride log into your Meet-up account, RSVP and leave a message at the bottom of this event page describing where you need a ride from.

Flow of Volunteer Activities

• Meet at 9:45am for sign-in and introductions.
• Walk to site (we will be working inside the park so if you arrive after 10am, you will need to meet us at the work area - i'll post the link soon)
• Remove invasive plants like Daphne!
• Take a break after about 1.5 hour with refreshments and snacks.
• Volunteer until you can and sign-out at end, plus take home an eco gift provided by one of our sponsors:

What to bring

• If you're under 19, you must bring a waiver form signed by a parent or guardian in order to participate. Please have your parents fill in this form:
• Refillable water bottle
• Dress for the weather. Rain jacket/pants if it rains, hat and sunscreen if it is sunny.
• Long-sleeved shirt and long pants to protect you from thorny plants and ticks
• Clothing you don't mind getting dirty
• Sturdy, comfortable closed-toe shoes/boots.

We will provide

• Gardening gloves if you don't have them
• Tools
• Instructions on what to do. You don't need to have experience to participate!
Refreshments (bring a water bottle)
• A fun experience, meeting new people in a beautiful park!


District of Sooke

This partnership will increase community engagement, raise environmental awareness & increase Sooke's capacity to improve their local parks! Thank you to Sooke for recognizing the importance of teamwork and collaboration!