A Good Day for a Fire

Thursday, November 19th 2015

Today we took opportunity of the fine and dry weather to have a good old bonfire and burn away a a lot of the brash we had collected over the past few weeks from clearing the overhanging trees on the banks of the stream, running from the lake all the way down to the bullet catcher.

Whilst we were outside, the Visitor Centre was hosting a team meeting for Natural England staff, who also had a tour of the reserve in the afternoon.
We were a small group today but we managed to clear all the brash down at the bullet catcher. Thank you everyone for all your hard work in getting this task done.
 


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