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Young people comments from school task

Last month classes 3 & 4 Finchampstead CE Primary School invaded Moor Green to help trim a laid hedge (see link to 13th March post). We are very grateful to the young people for their thank you letters. 158 more words

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Laid hedge at Moor Green Lakes

The hedge we laid at Moor Green Lakes back in February is certainly looking better now.

Volunteer Chris

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Hedges

I have always loved hedges, firstly because I find them beautiful, but also because they are of huge importance to wildlife.

  • They act as a corridor in otherwise barren environments.
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Hoards of pupils descend on Moor Green Lakes

Yesterday Moor Green Lakes was invaded by classes 3 & 4 from Finchampstead CE Primary School to enjoy the sunshine. Aided by some BVC volunteers the young people set to work trimming the laid hedge near the bird-feeder paddock. 150 more words

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DWN Diaries: March 4th

I honestly can’t remember the last day I had off, but I’m guessing that’s a good thing! I did have yesterday morning off though which gave me an opportunity to make the most of the spring sunshine and go birding at Cornard Mere. 199 more words

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Preparing the ground

Over the course of the last few months we have been working hard to get things ready for the spring. Most people assume that this time of year we have very little to do but this is the time of year we use to catch up and occasionally get ahead. 984 more words

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Hectic Hedge laying at Moor Green

Our trusty band of volunteers have been hedge-laying in the torrential rain. They completed the remaining section south of Colebrook Hide Bridge at Moor Green Lakes. 159 more words

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