We were delighted to receive an award of £500 for the work we put in promoting glass bottle recycling in Warfield.
This was a campaign put together by the re3 waste management company.
We plan to spend the money on more hedging for Larks Hill and purchase of some more mature trees for succession planting throughout the parish.
Yes it’s that time of year again. Come and help us clean up around Larks Hill.
Join us to record some of the wonderful notable and veteran trees of Warfield from 10.30-12.30.
Venue is being finalised but will probably be Pendry’s Lane, RG42 6HD.
There is limited parking at the venue so please consider car pool, walking or cycling – all good for the environment.
Join us afterwards for a drink at the New Leathern Bottle.
For more on why we do this see here.
It’s hard to believe that 4 years ago this area of woodland was smothered in the invasive rhododendron ponticum.
Now it’s regenerating nicely with hollies, foxgloves, ferns and other natives fighting back. Remarkably, considering the very dry summer, the trees we planted 2 years ago are also thriving.