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Starting at 10am – The work planned includes: Further raking/spreading of the stone in the new dog entry site by the rope swing; Rut-busting or raking the path beside Coxs Wood; Coppicing hawthorn alongside the brook to reduce shading; Clearance of overgrowth ready for digging the second backwater, below the wooden bridge; Water sampling and
Helped needed starting at 10am. We have hired machinery and will have 18 tonnes of gravel delivered in advance, and on the day a 4 ton mini-digger and a 7m tele-hoist with a 2 ton bucket. Our aim will be to re-profile the ‘rope swing’ dog entry point (to a slope of 20-30 degrees), and to carry gravel from