Monthly Archives: October 2016

Xylem in a scrape on Long Island

Moor Green Lakes has enjoyed a helping hand with colleagues from Xylem Water Solutions, who joined our Tuesday Volunteers to bravely negotiate the floating pontoon over to Long Island.  I’m pleased that everyone negotiated the boating antics like the other  Xylem team the week … Continue reading

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We’re back!

Great news!  Our phone line is back in operation again!  We’re sorry if you’ve had any difficultly in contacting us in the past couple of weeks, but our fault has been repaired now.

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Cross Team Working – Meadow mowing at Yateley

On Tuesday this week both Ranger Stu and myself helped the Yateley Rangers to mow, cut and collect the field by the Cricketers. We managed to cut the whole meadow in the one day, below is Stu using the larger tractor with … Continue reading

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Orange peel left in Wellesley

Whilst exploring Wellesley Woodland Bernard and I unearthed an Orange Peel Fungus (Aleuria aurantia). I love it when the species name is easy. Ranger Stuart

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New Volunteer Task Programme

I’m pleased to announce the publication of our new task programme, with our Christmas task and BBQ on Tuesday 13th December. Volunteer task programme Ranger Stuart  

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Guiding the way to halo our veteran oaks

Today the Southwood Woodland volunteers were joined by 2nd Cove Guides to help out in the woods. They were clearing the invasive scrub from beneath the canopy of our veteran oak trees, to reduce competition and give the large oak trees … Continue reading

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Xylem Looking After Our River

This Wednesday 10 enthusiastic volunteers from Xylem joined us at Hawley Meadows to help look after the river Blackwater. Several of our volunteers braved the wet by getting in our little boat to tackle the build up of rubbish in … Continue reading

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Improving the north Frimley Hatches Meadow

Yesterday Jenny, Charlotte and I headed up to the north end of Frimley Hatches to hay-cut the northern bench meadow to promote wildflowers. It was also a good opportunity for Jenny and Charlotte to complete their motorscythe training. It was very … Continue reading

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Small Mammal Event – FULLY BOOKED

The small mammal event being run next Wednesday, 26th October, is now FULLY BOOKED.  Thank you everyone who has been in touched, it’s great to see it’s been so popular. If people continue to be interested we will definitely think … Continue reading

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Phone line problems

Unfortunately we are currently experiencing problems accepting incoming calls to the office, which our phone provider is working to fix. In the mean time if you need to get hold of us urgently please call 07701 020667 or email us … Continue reading

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