Yesterday Ranger Stuart took 19 volunteers up to Moor Green Lakes to cut back the bramble on the north shore of Grove Lake. Last year the same task was undertaken and what was bramble has now regenerated back into wildflower meadow, which shows progress with the task rather than a thankless one. The area itself is home to some pretty and important wildflowers, such as Betony. Keep an eye out for it next year! It has purple/red flowers which appear in June/August.
The volunteers also cut back the path at Grove Lake for the cattle Lookers to use so they stand a chance of finding the cows, which normally hide behind one bush in the last place you look!