MCT Activities in September & October 2018

We’ve been making good progress over October with paths, woodland and the meadow.  We had an excellent volunteer session on the 21st with Malcolm, Tim and James hand weeding ground elder and nettles and excess creeping buttercups to start to prepare our English Bluebell Dell area for spring.  We were pleased to welcome Stephen and Jo back in the afternoon to help Malcolm, Louise, James and Ethan mowing verges and trimming back dome over-crowded trees beside the main path.  Thanks to Pam Brown for the Photographs.

Malcolm.Tim and James reducing competition on Bluebell Dell

Dogwoods in Autumn colours in October

 

It’s a  relief to be getting rain again after the drought problems through July and much of August.  They had a strong impact on grass verges and the meadow, but things are starting to recover now.  We have started to take grass off on the meadow earlier this year and half has now been done by September 9th.  We hope to get another crop of wildflowers on the zone we cut earlier.

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