Wilden Marsh Taster Day (7 images)

We held a Volunteer Taster Day at Wilden Marsh today. The weather forecasters promised dark skies and nonstop heavy rain. In spite of this doom and gloom prediction, seven volunteers turned up ready and eager to do their best. We were rewarded with a rain free still day, but as people left site this afternoon the heavens open and rain fell freely. Fortune favoured the brave today!

We were able to clear much of the brash left in and around the new Hoo Brook Corridor by the contractors after their completion of recent pollarding work. We even managed to clear a good amount of willow scrub from Hoo Brook Pasture.

Another treat was arranged be Scott: hot tea and a cake selection for our mid morning break.

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4 Responses to Wilden Marsh Taster Day (7 images)

  1. tootlepedal says:

    Did your volunteers like the taste?

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  2. Vicki says:

    Looks like a fantastic job. You’re lucky to have volunteers for this type of clear-up. Many couldn’t care less OR are too busy with work and family commitments.

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