Whipping the Flash into Shape


A group of fourteen volunteers from the Pennington Flash Volunteer Group planted over 100 assorted berry tree whips on the edge of the kidney pond at Pennington Flash this week.


Led by L.O.S. Chairman David Shallcross and Wigan Biodiversity Officer Kieran Sayer, the whips were soon dug in to fill in the gap left where the previous trees had been felled to give access for the heavy machinery to enter the area for groundworks.


The group also did some litter picking and work on installing a new wooden floor in the storage container we have recently acquired.


All photos courtesy of PFVG member Chris Saunders.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Nice to see Charlie in the group.
Angela

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