Our Cheshire Wildlife Trust leader, Adam Machin, had preceded us by a few days and strimmed the grass and heather (to encourage fresh growth); so our first job was to rake up the material and put it out of sight.
Then, following an early lunch, we set about cutting back the vegetation along Tabley Road to ensure it doesn’t encroach on the pavement. While we were at it we also picked up litter, filling three bin bags.
An early finish meant we were able to leave for home before the light faded.
Thank you to Cheshire Wildlife Trust for organising the event and to our wonderful volunteers for their time and effort.