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Thursday, March 18th 2021

A team from the PRC (Personnel Recovery Centre in Catterick Garrison came to lend a valuable hand today.

After a quick introduction, a tour of the continuing Ash Dieback works and a look at the migrating toads, the task of removing the woodchips from the Bluebell bank began.

The material was transported just a few hundred yards away to top up an existing pathway. In no time at all the huge pile disappeared!

Further along the beck, the mammoth tidying job continued with burning of brash and creation of log habitat piles.

By the end of next week this area should be cleared of fallen trees and attention will turn to preparing the reserve for the return of visitors. Thank you to everyone who gave up their time to assist us today, it is very much appreciated.

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