The enviro volunteers were out on October the 26th planting bulbs on the entrance to the village – we look forward to seeing extra daffodils and crocuses appearing early in 2020
After a litter picking session weeds were cleared down. This area, previously a mix of concrete and heavy slabs, was cleared earlier in the year to prepare it as a flower bed as you enter the village.
Before we began it has just turned into a mess –
The bed covered in weeds
The area was cleared by the enviro volunteer team, with all roots dug out!
enviro volunteers clearing the bed
The finished result will soon be covered in compost and rotavated to prepare it for planting.
Finished and clear bed
At the same time the trees on the other side of the road were given an extra bi of water after a dry spell –
Watering the trees near the B1049
Firstly many thanks to everyone who helped at the last task @ Homefield Park – what a fantastic turnout!
Needless to say we achieved a lot. Fresh chippings were spread along the entire length of the new footpath and much of the northern fence was cleared. We then used this brushwood to beef up the dead hedge we’re building along the B1049 boundary – hopefully this’ll help to block out some of the noise and air pollution.
Both last Sunday and the one before a few of us also gave the new trees near the Holiday Inn a much overdue drink. Unfortunately with the prolonged dry weather we’ve had this year they’re struggling a bit so we’ll continue to give them some extra TLC.
Finally just to confirm that as usual it’s Litter Picking on Saturday.
There are two places to choose from to meet up.
9:30 at Jct. Clay Close Lane/Impington Lane or
10:00 at Jct. Cambridge Rd/The Coppice
At about 11:15 we’ll also be weeding, rotavating and edging the new bed opposite the Hotel,,,plus watering the trees!
Just turn up for as long as you can manage – remember all tools and refreshments are provided.
Look forward to seeing you there,