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Volunteer Christmas Lunch

Tuesday, December 18th 2012

Gorse bears yellow flowers all year round, and as they say, ‘When gorse is in bloom, kissing is in season.’ On the monthly flower identification walk Elizabeth took this beautiful macro shot.

After a morning spent coppicing and a talk from Tony about the Cape Wrath bird ringing expeditions, volunteers had their Christmas Lunch (only one week to go!).  Everyone brought along something to share and as you can see there was a feast fit for a king!

Soon everybody was tucking in to a well earned meal.

A highlight was Adam's speciality - fig and honey Christmas cake!

Thank you to all of the Foxglove volunteers for their continued support throughout 2012. There will be no further volunteer days after this week until Thursday 3rd January. The next winter worky day is on Saturday 5th January, so why not book a place and take the first step to burning off the Christmas excess! See the events section for further details.

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