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  1. WP-27Mar2014

    By John Dickerson on March 27th, 2014

    Another lovely morning, well the rain held off until after coffee.  Today, much like last week, some of us were chipping paths, some coppicing elder trees, some splitting the snowdrops, John & Julie were spreading wild flower seeds in the …

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  2. WP-20Mar2014

    By John Dickerson on March 20th, 2014

    A lovely sunny morning brought lots of people out today.  The first job was to put some chippings down in the school around what looked like a picnic area!  Then some of us were chipping the bottom of Moore's lane between Freeman's bridge and the …

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  3. WP-13Mar2014

    By John Dickerson on March 13th, 2014

    Today we had some people continuing with the chipping of Moore's Lane, some were on the Nature Reserve clearing out the middle pond and some installing two new silver birch trees delivered by Waveney Norse.  These were planted in the green space …

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  4. Geocaching

    By John Dickerson on March 6th, 2014

    Geocaching A modern version of orienteering, “geocaching”, has the added attraction of treasure to be found and all you need is a GPS (or Satnav) and internet access.  It is catching on. There are 2 million hidden caches worldwide and 6 million …

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  5. WP-6Mar2014

    By John Dickerson on March 6th, 2014

    Today was mainly about chipping Moore's Lane, we had a large turnout today with about a dozen of us chipping - many hands make idle chat!  Others were coppicing elders, clearing out the pond and moving logs that Waveney Norse had left from their …

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