Coppicing Complete!

Tuesday, February 17th 2015

Today we had an amazing turn out of twenty five volunteers to help us coppice and we are happy to report that apart from a bit of selective thinning of the Hawthorns we have now completed this year’s block!

Everyone worked really hard again today and with such a large turn out an amazing amount was cut down, processed and burnt on the fire. We would like to thank you all for your hard work and determination to finish the job today.

We would also like  to extend our thanks to everyone who has helped on this project, whether it be on a Tuesday, Thursday or on a Winter Worky day the work has been done to an exceptionally high standard.


 


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