It was great to see those who could join us yesterday at the Cemetery. We tackled the hardest section first, but managed to make a huge impact. Thank you and I hope any thorns you may have caught aren’t still bothering you.
We also used all the vegetation we had removed to build a dead hedge along the B1049 boundary. This hedge serves several purposes. It not only uses up our waste material, it also provides a refuge for wildlife, creates a barrier screen and helps to absorb the traffic noise. So a good win all round.
We’ll meet up once again on Saturday at 9:30am and will be working inside the Cemetery (nearer the entrance this time) on the Holly hedge along Mill Lane.
I’ll bring the new trees with me this time so we can hopefully get them positioned and planted.
As usual all tools and refreshments will be provided. Just bring yourself and your enthusiasm. Also sturdy shoes and thick gardening gloves recommended, but I do have some spare gloves.
Hope to see you there!