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Guildford Royal Grammer School Students help at Darby Green Pond

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 … Continue reading

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Anyone for Tea?

Eagle-eyed Paul spotted this full dining set that I may have accidently left after our recent hay-cutting task at Royal Oak Valley. Before anyone asks, yes it did come complete with an Alice in Wonderland inspired fat cat sitting on top…. … Continue reading

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Showing the way at Rushmoor Bottom

Yesterday while some volunteers were helping Andrew on an emergency job clearing a large fallen oak, the other volunteers helped us out getting ready for a Talavera School Treasure Hunt. We installed a hand painted Wellesley Community Tree Sign in the Bourley … Continue reading

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When is a bin not a bin?

On our weekly Monday litter pick and bin emptying around the Wellesley Woodlands, we found this mess at the Wellington Monument. It appears the other 2  car park bins were too much of a walk for some visitors. Still it was … Continue reading

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Violet litter on the BV Path

Today the volunteers, Laura, Jenny and I, litterpicked the Blackwater Valley Path from Pea Bridge at Farnham Quarry to Shepherd Meadows in Sandhurst. It was fantastic to remove 68 bags of rubbish on this 12km stretch. At tea break my … Continue reading

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Removing rubbish at Southwood Woodland

Jenny and I popped down to Southwood Woodland to clear up some household fly-tipping by the gate and the last remains of a burnt out van. It’s a shame to see our much loved site vandalised, but it’s good to … Continue reading

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Parson’s Hill Spring Clean

Yesterday the volunteers and I headed out to Parson’s Hill in Aldershot, which forms part of the Wellesley Green Corridor. Following on from their previous tasks clearing invasive laurel and improving the visitor welcome, this time we stacked the brash … Continue reading

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