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Trees Planting in Chalk Farm

Never to pass up a chance to play with the digger and tractor, we’ve been working down at Chalk Farm in Wellesley Woodland to fill in gaps around the car park with three new trees. After confirming the location of the buried … Continue reading

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Tongham Tree Planting Project

This week most of the Blackwater Valley Ranger team have been at Tongham to carry on with the reinstatement work at Tongham Wood. I have been involved with this project since starting with Blackwater Valley, carrying on from Tony Anderson and after … Continue reading

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Tongham Tree Delivery

  On Tuesday we took delivery of 52 semi mature trees. These are going to be planted at Tongham as part of the reinstatement work after a utilities company had to do major work on the site. After much negotiation I secured the … Continue reading

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Fun things to do with a tractor no. 4

Today Jenny, Sam & I have been working at Pennefathers, and coming up with inventive uses for the tractor. Acting Senior Ranger Stuart

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Tices Bat cave.

On Wednesday I took our little tractor over to Tices meadow. The purpose of the task is to try to help improve the area around the Bat cave at the far end of the site. This section was used by … Continue reading

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Hollybush Meadow cut

On Monday I took our Tractor and Hired Amazon cut and collect over to Hollybush. Hollybush meadow is an old landfill site with a few hidden surprises within the meadow in the form of concrete vents. The meadow is split … Continue reading

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Surrey hill meadow cut

On Sunday I spent a lovely sunny day on the Surrey Hill’s. A while ago Stuart Croft and myself went to have a look to see how the meadow was doing after the previous years cut and collect. The meadow … Continue reading

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