Volunteer Christmas Lunch

Tuesday, December 23rd 2014

Our volunteers again spent the morning in the coppice block. We made good progress and by lunchtime, had finished clearing our way to one of the far corners! We are now almost finished with this massive job, and soon after Christmas we should be able to move on and give our attention to other areas of the reserve.

After the morning’s hard work we all returned for a shared lunch – the spread was fantastic with such a variety of delicious home baked food!

Everyone soon got stuck in and enjoyed the feast that was on offer.

The atmosphere was lovely in the Field Centre during the afternoon; we are so lucky to have such a dedicated, friendly and fun group of volunteers. Thank you for all of your support during 2014; we wish each and every one of you a very Happy Christmas and a Peaceful New Year.

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