Monthly Archives: January 2013

Winter Wonderland

All gone now – but didn’t it look lovely……       Thanks to Peter Searight of The Remarkable Studio for the pictures. Advertisements

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Countryfile – belatedly

with the motto “better late than never” in mind – a few photos from November 2012. This blog was not up and running then but I have now got hold of a few nice photos. BBC’s ‘Countryfile’ programme visited us … Continue reading

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Snow stops play – sort of

Although our most recent volunteer outing had to be called off because of the snow, people are still out there enjoying the landscape. As you can see a ‘lesser spotted winter mushroom’ has been found by the local truffle hound. … Continue reading

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Another day – another few metres

We had another go at – yes you guessed it – hedge laying. While some cleared the masses of bramble on the road side of our double hedge in preparation, others started laying the field side of the already laid … Continue reading

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Scouts Galore

Today we were joined by a very keen group of Camelsdale Scouts. Together with their leader Pete and a handful of parents they helped us clear a fairly sizeable area of birch and gorse. Loppers and bow saws were employed … Continue reading

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