Ready for the Weekend!

Friday, November 8th 2013

Sean has been in today, working hard to clear the pile of brash created by coppicing and pollarding of some of the nearby net rides.

The shredder has been running all day and the car park is now clear ready for the weekend.  The chippings have been moved near to Risedale Beck and in the next few weeks will be moved up into the woodland to improve the surface along some of the pathways.

There are going to be a lot of cars on site tomorrow with the first of our Winter Worky Days and a visit from the Northumbrian Badger Group; please be courteous to other visitors and make use of all available parking.


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