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Summertime Litter Pick

The Heath baked under the blazing sun today but it didn’t stop our wonderful volunteers turning out to clean up the space we love. They collected about twenty bags of litter in an hour. Well done and thank you! Kevin … Continue reading

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Conservation Day Report – 8th May

The day’s work was straightforward and easy.  We found only a small amount of gorse and birch in the heather; indicating we are on top of the job of keeping the heather beds clear. It didn’t take long to removed … Continue reading

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Conservation Day – Rowan Planting

Our volunteers had a busy day on Tuesday, tackling a variety of jobs: Gorse cutting Nest box maintenance Rhododendron removal Rowan tree planting Bollard post repair We planted twenty-five rowan trees in gaps round the edge of the wood. They … Continue reading

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Litter-pick Heroes

Our Great British Spring Clean event had a strong turn out of “litter picking heroes” this morning. We were delighted to see some of our regulars as well as some new faces.  Even the land owner, Henry Brooks, popped by … Continue reading

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Conservation Work Report – 14th November

Our Cheshire Wildlife Trust leader, Adam Machin, had preceded us by a few days and strimmed the grass and heather (to encourage fresh growth); so our first job was to rake up the material and put it out of sight. … Continue reading

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Conservation Work Report – 12th September

Tuesday’s work day was well supported by Cheshire Wildlife Trust volunteers and our local town’s folk. The day followed the regular pattern of gorse clearing and nest box maintenance. We put up ten additional nest boxes, and checked and cleaned … Continue reading

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