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We have planted many thousands of spring flowering bulbs, and have restored a number of woodland paths which had become covered in years of leaf mould. Before and after views of one of the paths are shown below. The path now allows all-year access through a picturesque area of the park.

In addition we have planted a wildflower meadow on a piece of ground that had previously been covered in docks, creeping buttercup and rough clump forming grasses. After three years the meadow is beginning to attract favourable comment from the users of the park, with it's cowslips, meadow buttercup and oxeye daisies.

We have also planted many thousands of spring flowering bulbs, and a number of azaleas and rhododendron



Woodland path before resurfacing Three volunteers after completing path
Woodland path before resurfacing Photo call after moving 16 tonnes of crushed rock - we did have some help

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