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Tuesday, January 13th 2015

Work continued today clearing damage from the recent storms, more trees had come down in the night and again we worked hard to clear pathways to keep these open for visitors. Several trees in the Woodland were also cleared, with high winds forecast for the next two days we are expecting more damage to come.

Volunteers continued their work in the coppice block after clearing brash from a nearby fallen Rowan tree and re-staking many of the trees that we have planted over the past two years.

They have made a fantastic difference here, completely opening up the view from the Voley Ponds.

Thank you to everyone for your hard work here today!

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