Secateurs day Sunday 23rd May

It’s time to bang the drum again for Cawston Greenway…

Whilst we cannot do any major cutting back due to nesting birds, our lovely litter-free greenway is in need of a little bit of a trim. There are brambles starting to encroach onto the path which is making it quite unpleasant to cycle or walk along.

So I propose a couple of hours on Sunday 23rd May 11am to 1pm, bring your own secateurs and maybe gardening gloves.  Meet at the usual place (see for link) and lets see what we can do!

Look forward to seeing you then.


About Paul

Just trying to create a slice of wildlife and a place for people to chill out and meet new friends in this crazy world that we live in.
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2 Responses to Secateurs day Sunday 23rd May

  1. Sue says:

    Hi Paul we will be there on 23rd. Where can we record butterflies that we have spotted? I thought this blog had pictures of butterflies but I can’t find it today. Thanks. Sue

  2. Great stuff!!! see you next Sunday.

    I have put the butterfly spotter back on the blog. I will transfer pics to the website with a link to Butterfly Conservation as and when. Feel free to add to it 🙂


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