Colin Gray writes:
“I have decided to relocate the 13th December task to the Link Glade which is creating a heathland link between the Dry Heath, around the car park, and the small open space we call the Green. It is called the Green because it is the last remnant of the Army Golf Course that once lay between here and the Bramshot Bridge over the railway line.
Nearest rendezvous point for anyone who does not wish to come to the Workshop will be the reserve car park. The soil is dry enough for strong boots rather than wellies but watch out for bramble which is a bit of a problem and needs to be removed with the birch. Please do not fell the gorse as this provides excellent breeding shrubs for long-tailed tits. There is some gorse by the footpath to the picnic site that has become tall and “leggy” which might benefit from coppicing but the rest should be left.”
Further details on the volunteer event schedule and related matters can be found here.