Thursday, 13 August 2015


Last Sunday we had 12 volunteers working on the path leading from post 2 near the allotments up to post 3 where the memorial limes are.  

Brett barrowed copious amounts of woodchip to re-furbish the steps up the bank at the bottom.

While the rest of us scythed, raked and pitchforked the grass, bramble and twig cuttings, which had encroached.

Large quantities of arisings were produced, which we heaped up in a space under the trees

Here's Alan with a rake . . . .

. . . . . and Phil under a loaded pitchfork

It's good that we manage to keep the paths open for people and the grass short for flowers and invertebrates.

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