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Creating a more welcoming Queen Elizabeth Park

Today the volunteers, Jenny and I headed down to Queen Elizabeth Park, just north of Farnborough Station.  The park hosts some interesting mature beech and oak, and we pop back each year to tackle the invasive rhododendron and open up the woodland so … Continue reading

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Improved access to Queen Elizabeth Park

The volunteers have been hard at work at Queen Elizabeth Park which lies just north of Farnborough Station. This old parkland has lots of mature beech and oak trees, but has become swamped in laurel and rhododendron which surpresses the native … Continue reading

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Christmas task antics

Lured by the smell of barbequing burgers and oodles of cake, we had a bumper turnout of 33 people at our esteemed annual Christmas Task. The gang quickly got stuck in clearing invasive rhody in Queen Elizabeth Park in Farnborough, … Continue reading

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