Monthly Archives: March 2011

Soggy litter pick on Cawston Greenway

A small group of us turned out and we went from the meeting point down to The Bear, litter picking. The weather turned quite wet so I think we were all glad to go home. Ed burned off a bit … Continue reading

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Cawston Greenway workday and AGM date

Great day on the greenway today with good weather, a clear work objective and a good crowd of about ten or so of us turning out. We cleared the north east corner of the second large glade to get it … Continue reading

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Starting to see wildlife on Cawston Greenway

Myself, Mike, Graham and Aaron turned out today on what proved to be a fantastic workday. We cleared a huge patch of bramble and burnt it off, along with a load of brash left over from previous workdays. Mike dug … Continue reading

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Early start on Cawston Greenway today..

Early start on the greenway today due to me having an action packed day (my birthday) however, good to see that nine or so made it. Sorry about the lack of direction at the start but we are in completely … Continue reading

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Mini workday on Cawston Greenway

A few of us turned out today and burnt off a load of bramble on one of the banks. Mike from Butterfly Conservation dropped in and gave us some good advice about the reed-bed at the Potford’s Dam end. Good … Continue reading

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Brill workday on Cawston Greenway today

Twelve or so of us turned out today and really pushed on with the second big glade. We are creating a huge open space that will hopefully be full of interesting grasses, flowers, insects, birds¬†and mammals. we had glorious sunshine … Continue reading

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Loads done on Cawston Greenway today

Good workday today with more pushing back on the second big clearing. Hopefully we will get some really nice wildflowers coming up on the raked-back ground. Eventually we will need to decide if we are going to get rid of … Continue reading

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