You may see –
in the distance –
something black and white amongst the trees …..
Our latest helpers – some Belted Galloway Cattle to help with grazing and browsing to keep the Commons open and under control.
Our grazier brought them down from the fields on Sunday and they were very keen to explore their new home for the summer
Galloways are widely used for conservation grazing and are a very calm breed of cattle but we ask that they are treated with respect – especially if you walk your dog on the Commons.
On the Little Common there will be 3 Sussex and 2 Galloways.
And just a quick look at our newly planted hedge:
Looking a whole lot nicer with a lovely lot of bluebells filling the gap between the ‘artistically’ curving hedge lines. Most saplings are in leaf so all seems well.