A recent enviro working party saw the volunteers digging the far end of the ditch near Clay Close Lane to enable the drainage pipe to once again drain into the ditch.
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The enviro volunteers were out for a small working party on Clay Close Lane Saturday the 16th of November 2013.
Woodchippings have been spread along the more muddy parts of the grass verge.
The autumn will see more working parties and everyone is welcome to take part. For more information please contact email@example.com – everyone is welcome to do as much or little as they like with no committment on the number of working parties you come along to.
Many thanks to everyone who helped at the last working party. We raked up all the leaves which were smothering the wildflowers so they can now breathe!
Thanks to all the donations of pots, we also re-potted most of the plants.
We will be meeting up this Saturday at two locations.
9:30am in Clay Close Lane – to collect some compost for the new bed, re-pot the last few plants and broadcast the wildflower seeds
10:00am in The Coppice – for the monthly litter picking
Hope to see you
Many thanks to everyone who helped at the last two working parties. We finished planting the daffodils and rotavated the new bed opposite the hotel. A small group also re-erected the freshly restored old cast street signs for South Road and Mill Road – they look great!
We will be meeting up this Saturday for the penultimate session of this year… hurrah I hear you cheer!
Having had to postpone planting the new bed until the New Year, w’ thought it best to pot up the plants to give them the best chance possible. If you have any 7l pots you could lend us for a couple of months that would be great! We’ll also do a spot of litter picking, trim the wildflowers, rake out the leaves and sow the seeds we’ve gathered from the Brook.
If you could help with any of these tasks or simply have some pots we can borrow please just bring them along to Clay Close Lane from 9:30am.
Hope to see you there,
We were diverted from our original plans last Saturday… however we did a very useful job instead!
A nearby resident asked us to take a look at the Ash tree (on the sharp corner and) which is leaning towards the road and was of concern to her. As it was becoming swamped with ivy and had several dead limbs within the crown, we decided to cut out the dead wood and remove some of the weight by clearing the ivy. We also collected a hoard (4 bags) of rubbish from the ditch including two wheels, a very large pot, several bottles, a rucksack and a broken bicycle!
If there is a break in the forecasted rainy weather, we’ll have a short working party to clear the ivy of the adjacent tree to complete the job.
If the rain persists then we’ll just have to have a coffee and a chat instead!
Hope to see you.