Volunteer Wild Woodland Weekend

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20th January 2018 saw 50 volunteers descend on Briddlesford Woods, our nature reserve on the Isle of Wight.

It might have been a damp weekend but it didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of our superstar volunteers!

  • 70m of hedge layed
  • 12m of boardwalk installed
  • Oak tree cage erected
  • Large sycamores felled and large area cleared of saplings
  • Two areas of hazel coppice cut
  • 200m of fencing removed
  • 60 hazel saplings plants

Total volunteer hours of work 432 over the weekend! 


A well deserved break for lunch (Credit: David Barsby)

A well deserved break for lunch (Credit: David Barsby)
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Thank you to everyone who took part at the weekend – your work is invaluable to this wildlife haven!


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