Winter Woodland Work

Wednesday, February 6th 2013

Wintery showers didn't deter the Foxglove mid-week volunteers who helped out with important woodland management. More of the diseased Sycamore trees were felled to open up an area ready for re-planting.

Cheeky Squirrels

A bonfire was welcome to keep spirits up in the freezing conditions!

Winter work

Students from the Dales School assisted by dragging brash in the blizzards!

DRagging brash

Thanks to all involved (and to Janet for providing entertainment)! and a quick reminder that the AGM is on Saturday at 12.45pm in the Field Centre, please book a place if you would like to attend. We hope to see you there!

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