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New Fire Wood Poster

Once a month our hard working, dedicated volunteers spend the day processing wood to be sold to the public as fire wood. The money we receive is then used to further conserve and manage our sites, working in partnership with … Continue reading

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Wood gnomes cancelled for June

Just a short message to let you all know that due to uncertainty in numbers we have unfortunately had to cancel wood gnomes for the month of June. On a more positive note wood gnomes will go ahead as planned Friday … Continue reading

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Find a Fence and Fix it

On Tuesday 5th December the BVC volunteers joined Stuart and I at Wharf Plantation, Wellesley Woodlands.  Stuart disappeared off into the main bit of woodland with some volunteers to widen the track as it’s tricky to fit a truck and trailer down … Continue reading

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Wonderous Wood Gnomes discovered at Ash Lock

Our industrious Wood Gnomes have been hard at work at Ash Lock, processing recycled timber returned from site, then cutting and splitting it ready to be sold as firewood. The profits are then fed back into conservation projects throughout the Blackwater Valley. Thank you to … Continue reading

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Wood Gnomes Strike Again

Last Friday the Wood Gnomes were back in the yard again, processing more rails to build up our stock ready for later in the year.  Tony and Andrew finished building the second bay for the wood store before lunch and … Continue reading

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Busy Blackwater Meadows Wood Gnomes

The volunteers and students have been busy at Blackwater Meadows, where we chainsawed excess timber up into bite-sized logs. Next we shuffled the logs back to Ash Lock in 5 trailer loads for processing. Our Wood Gnome Volunteers did an … Continue reading

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