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

Replacing the Fence

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