16th May

A very sunny and blue sky day made this mornings meeting a real joy. The smells and colours are prolific and everyone smiled all morning. The sycamore group are working hard – this time around the Copper Beach area and into the Private Glade area. There is still a lot more to do but it does mean we work in the most beautiful places. The pathway group continue to work hard at maintaining easy access through the wood and this time they are focusing around the Sedges area. Later in the afternoon, John and I cut a piece of fallen ash to donate to students at Brighton university. It will be used to display work in their annual Degree Show at Grand Parade 3rd – 11th June

a bunch of seedlings - a much better way of controlling this prolific grower.
a bunch of seedlings – a much better way of controlling this prolific grower.
Liz made huge progress on pulling and cutting sycamore sapplings.
Liz made huge progress on pulling and cutting sycamore saplings.
photo thanks to Tim
photo thanks to Tim
A rare and subtly beautiful twayblade. photo thanks to Tim
A rare and subtly beautiful twayblade. photo thanks to Tim

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