Work on the Wetland

Thursday, March 6th 2014

Today the Thursday team of volunteers spent time on the Wetland.

Over the winter holes have developed in the sides of the pools. Some of the team worked on patching these up to try to prevent the leaks and keep the pools water tight.

Also on the Wetland, we raked off the cut reed from the work last week and repaired the fence surrounding some newly planted areas of reed.

After lunch we spent a very muddy couple of hours trying to improve the drainage around the ringing rides in the back garden, a job which we have attempted on previous occasions, fingers crossed we will have succeeded this time!

Thank you all for your help today.  

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