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Cake and Sunshine

Tuesday, August 25th 2015

It was a sunny day at Foxglove. Our volunteers turned out in force to spend more time tackling the overgrown Heathland. This involves removing all the invasive species that are threatening to overshadow the Heather.

With such a large workforce we got a big area cleared and the Heath is starting to look much better.

There are three birthdays amongst our staff and volunteers at Foxglove this week, so we celebrated with a large and very tasty cake, created by Felicity.

Thanks very much to all of you who came to help out- we achieved a lot today.


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