Summer Clean Up

Today, we had a wonderful turn out of super litter-pick volunteers. Almost twenty local residents roamed The Heath searching for litter and brought back bags full. We were disappointed, though not surprised, to find discarded packaging from the new fish and chip shop scattered on The Heath. And we were disgusted to find a fly-tipped... Continue Reading →

Conservation Day Report – 14th May

We enjoyed a great turnout of local volunteers on a warm sunny day. Our main task was to eradicate birch, gorse and bramble in the heather areas. This proved to be a relatively easy job because there was little to be found. Based on our experience, we may drop the May session from the schedule.... Continue Reading →

Litter-pick Heroes 2019

Our Great British Spring Clean event had a fantastic turn out today with over twenty volunteers - including five lively performers from Gandeys Circus. They all did a thorough job and collected nineteen bags of rubbish plus other larger items such as a vehicle suspension spring, tin tray, trellis and piping. Thank you everybody for... Continue Reading →

Conservation Work Day Report – 5th March

Tuesday treated us to warm sunny weather, which soon had us stripping off layers of clothing as we tackled the heavy job of replacing rotten bollards. This took most of the day. Towards the end, we carried out work in the woodland. We did an inspection for wind-damaged and potentially dangerous branches and cut them... Continue Reading →

Tarmac Rubble

This week we have been pleased to see the removal of a pile of dumped tarmac from The Heath. We understand that someone has dug it up and arranged for it to be taken away by the Tatton Estate. It had had been half-buried under grass for some years behind the 'Paws for Thought' bench.... Continue Reading →

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