A Roundup of Recent Workdays

As well as our longer projects our Volunteers also tackle many shorter, day long jobs, around our patch. This is the time of year when we are between the intense woodland work and the start of the regular path cutting projects and is a time to catch up with the smaller jobs around our sites. The following projects undertaken during April are typical of the sort of things we do. Continue reading A Roundup of Recent Workdays

A Round Up of Our Summer Jobs

It is the time of year when we tackle a range of jobs across many sites. Much of our summer work is cutting back along footpaths and catching up with maintenance jobs and the past few weeks have been typical for this time of year.

We start with Smockmill Common near Newton Flotman where on Thursday 26th July our volunteers cut back the edges of footpaths. A path running alongside the River Tas had become so overgrown that it was barely passable. Continue reading A Round Up of Our Summer Jobs

A Good Old Tidy Up!

Thursday 14th & Friday 15th June 2018

Our volunteers were busy in the Yare Valley last week tidying up at Bowthorpe and Earlham.

Our Thursday group met up at Bowthorpe Southern Park to weed around the trees planted by the Fringe Project on behalf of the Norfolk Rivers Trust back in 2016. We still remember that extremely wet and muddy day back in January 2016 when we fenced-off three areas along the river bank and then planted these up with whips. Continue reading A Good Old Tidy Up!

Final Cut of the Season

Wednesday 13th September 2017

During a trip to Marston Marsh a few weeks back to do some emergency boardwalk repairs Matt noticed that the path borders needed a final cut before winter. So, on Wednesday we had a break from Thorpe Marriott and met at Marston Marsh instead.  A one kilometre wheelchair friendly path runs around the marsh funded by the Eaton Village Residents’ Association through a grant from the Big Lottery Fund. The path means that users can get around the marsh all year round (apart from the few times when flooded) so it is always fairly busy with many dog walkers and other walkers.  Continue reading Final Cut of the Season