It all seems a bit surreal not having our workdays to look forward to. We get the occasional two week break but not having any workdays planned and no prospect of these returning in the near future because of the threat of the Coronavirus is strange. I have been out with the Project for at least eight years and some volunteers are within reach of getting their long-service medals. Continue reading A busy few weeks and now an abrupt stop!
Over the past few weeks our Volunteers have had a busy time in a couple of our local woodlands. We re-visited an old friend in Bowthorpe and spent a couple of days in a woodland in Taverham. Continue reading Into the Woods
We spent a few days thinning rhododendron at Spring Plantation back in 2017 and we returned on 31st January/1st February this year to continue working our way through this compact woodland that forms the plantation. One our previous Blogs, Spring Plantation – We’re Back includes a map and information about the site. Continue reading Cutting back the Rhododendron
Friday 20th July 2018
Will our volunteers ever tire of installing kissing gates? Probably not since each one is different, and we are always (well mostly) up for a challenge. Looking back through our Blogs we have constructed many kissing gates over the past few years and each presents a different set of issues to overcome. So, on Friday 20th July we were at Spring Plantation in Taverham waiting for Annie from Broadland District Council to come and tell us what she wanted and where. Continue reading A New Kissing Gate Installed