Back on the Heathland

Tuesday, September 15th 2015

Today our volunteers once again spent the day out on the Heath, where they continued the seemingly endless task of clearing small shrubs from the area.

Despite the rain at first, it soon brightened up and by mid-afternoon it was warm and sunny.

Once the rain had eased we were able to have a small fire and burn everything we had cut down.

The Dales School also visited, having returned from their summer holiday break, and spent some time re-acquainting themselves with the reserve.

Thanks to everyone for their hard work today.


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