We had another excellent turnout with 16 volunteers attending this morning's session.
Most of the group concentrated on clearing the bridle path now that most of the leaves are off the trees. The leaves are swept into piles and then moved onto large tarpaulin sheets before being transferred into the the adjacent woodland.
We also dug out six reasonably small laurels and these were transplanted onto the slope where holly bushes had been planted last month to stop people using this and so avoiding another accident here.
The usual litter pick was carried out on both reserves.
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