The eco mowers are back!

Wednesday, July 11th 2012

In order to help manage the moorland several sheep arrived and began at once to feast upon the lush grass!

Farmer Edmond!

The photographs show just how long some of the grasses are.


They have just been sheared and are on loan for a few weeks. If you visit the moorland please make sure that you close all gates behind you including the bridge gates as the cattle will be arriving tomorrow and are too heavy to cross them!

More sheep

The Kingfishers have been seen regularly on the lake and can quite often be spotted on the perches.

On Saturday 21st July there will be a fundraising day at TESCO (Catterick store). Please get in touch if you are able to lend a hand even for half an hour to help raise awareness and much needed funds for Foxglove.

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