Queen’s Hills Stairway to Heaven

Much of our work is completed within a day or two but occasionally we tackle some long jobs which require more of our time. The replacement bridge at Marston Marsh and the steps at Caistor St Edmund being good examples. During June /July we completed our longest job yet when over 7 work days we constructed around 50 metres of steps in Queen’s Hills. Dubbed by Matt as the “Stairway to heaven”. Continue reading Queen’s Hills Stairway to Heaven


A lot of our work involves management of public woodlands which act as a boundary around housing developments creating a border between urban and rural areas. Many tree belts were planted some years before building started to define the boundaries of the site and add to the landscape. Continue reading Edgelands

Out and about in February

February turned out to be a busy month with our volunteers working mostly in Taverham/Thorpe Marriott but also in Rackheath on behalf of Broadland District Council. Continue reading Out and about in February

Trees, trees, trees

‘Plant a tree for the Jubilee’ is the call to celebrate the Queen’s 70 years on the throne. We have certainly contributed to this and will probably continue to do so over the coming weeks and throughout the year. Continue reading Trees, trees, trees