On the road with our Volunteers

Since we published our last Blog in May we have been busy roaming the hinterlands of Norwich tackling a variety of summer jobs keeping the footpaths clear and repairing and maintaining structures. So, here is a summary of what we have been doing. Continue reading On the road with our Volunteers

New Kissing Gate

Friday 29th June 2018

Our Friday group met up at Hales Green near Loddon to build a new kissing gate and do a bit of mowing. Hales Green is a very large common managed by South Norfolk District Council (SNDC) for whom the Fringe Project was undertaking this work. Helen Sibley from SNDC joined us to tell us about the project and get us started. The main task for the day was to replace the old gate with an accessible kissing gate and also tackle the thistles on part of the common.  Continue reading New Kissing Gate

Hales Green – Thistle Bashing

Friday 24th June 2016

We went out on a bit of a limb today and it was more like ‘The Norfolk Fringe Project’. We travelled about 13 miles south of Norwich into deepest ‘South Norfolk’, to carry out some work on behalf of South Norfolk DC in an area just outside the village of Loddon, namely ‘Hales Green’. Continue reading Hales Green – Thistle Bashing