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Fog & Fire

Tuesday, November 3rd 2015

Another foggy day descended upon us, but through the gloom our ever enthusiastic volunteers beavered away, cutting down trees and saplings adjacent to the drive from the visitor centre down to the car parking area.

By lunch time not only had the fog lifted a bit but the drive was looking a lot lighter with the Willows neatly pollarded. No baked potatoes today but we had a roaring fire to dispose of the brash we created.

Thank you everyone for all your hard work today.

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