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  1. WP-26Oct2017

    By John Dickerson on October 26th, 2017

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    Half term this week which meant we had young Will with us as well as a very good turnout of grown-ups. We had some of the group chipping paths. The fence we started last week, down near Pleasurewood Hill's entrance, needed to be completed and we now …

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  2. WP-19Oct2017

    By John Dickerson on October 19th, 2017

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    A lot going on today, especially on the main path, tidying up after the resurfacing. We had a signpost to replace at the Pleasurewood Hills end, we also needed to put a fence up around the culvert at that end of the path. We had been left a pile of …

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  3. WP-12Oct2017

    By John Dickerson on October 12th, 2017

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    A bright sunny morning brought plenty of workers out and with such a long job-list we were pleased to see them. Colin Fitt had his sit-on mower out to cut the wildflower meadow, a few of the guys went into the PwH's field with strimmer and mowers to …

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  4. TreeInspect2017

    By John Dickerson on October 9th, 2017

    This morning 4 GWCP members met with Robert Slarke from Waveney Norse for our annual tree inspection. We walked through St. Peter's churchyard, Gunton Wood,¬†Foxburrow Wood and the green space inbetween. An interesting 3 hour walk.¬†Robert did say …

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  5. WP-5Oct2017

    By John Dickerson on October 5th, 2017

    Despite the strong wind and threats of rain many workers turned up today. The marjority decided to chip paths as we had a new heap of chippings. Also, path edging work continued. With coffee today we had hot suasage rolls and a lovely selection of …

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