Paving the Way

Thursday, October 12th 2023

A huge thank you to the group of ten volunteers from Natural England who visited Foxglove Covert today. The weather was certainly in our favour, and an immense amount of progress has been made in removing vegetation from one of the pathways that leads away from the easy access Red Route.

From being an overgrown, potentially slippery path, there is now a cleared track, with a firm surface for visitors to use. In addition to helping the reserve out, the Natural England staff had a chance to catch up with each other face to face, which is so important in a world where many now work from home.

They clearly enjoyed the day, as they'll be returning to Foxglove next spring, to help us out once again. It was a pleasure to host such an enthusiastic group.


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