Our recent outings have seen our volunteers building benches and repairing a boardwalk.
The first of the benches was installed at Marston Marsh on 26 July to replace one that had fallen over when the supports finally rotted. It was a very hot Friday and only a few of us had braved the weather but there was enough of us to complete our tasks for the day. Continue reading Benches and Boardwalks
Our Volunteers have just completed the replacement of 150metres of fencing between the “old” and “new” sections of Poringland wood. The woodland is owned by the Crown Point Estate and South Norfolk District Council (SNDC) leases the “old” wood to enable public access, but the “new” wood remains private. The fence between the two sections had fallen down and the Norwich Fringe Project was asked to replace this by SNDC. Continue reading Replacing the Fence