Today Jenny and I are working at Darby Green Pond litter picking and cutting back paths to open up access. It’s been a very successful day for our group of 11 volunteers with the students and local people, removing 3 m3 of rubbish with half of it going to be recycled. There was a competition on the most unusual litter, including a moped, bike, duvet and 7 chairs. A huge thank you to everyone for all their hard work: The woodland and pond look so much better.
Also Mike Swaddling from the BVC Trust and local Councillor Adrian Collett came for a chat, so we could discuss future countryside management ideas for Darby Green Pond. We’re next down at Darby Green Pond on at 10:15am on Tues 28th Feb when we’ll be removing the invasive plant parrot’s feather from the pond. If you’re interested in getting involved with the site, please get in touch at email@example.com
Ranger Stuart & Jenny