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Hedgelaying at Alderley Edge

Helping the National Trust with some hedgelaying at Alderley Edge was the task for SACV volunteers last Sunday (26th October).  This is always a satisfying activity but if you want to give it a go and missed it this time, don’t worry – we’ll be doing some hedgelaying again at our next event (Sunday 9th November) when we’ll be working with the Cheshire East Rangers on the Middlewood Way!

SACV hedgelaying at Alderley Edge

SACV hedgelaying at Alderley Edge

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Yesterday SACV volunteers were out in Finlow Hill Wood near Alderley Edge, giving the National Trust a hand with a project to open up areas of this woodland to allow it to revert to its former heathland state.  We were helping with the clearance of trees which had been felled earlier in the year, and on this beautiful summer’s day it was very pleasing to see the parts of the site where heather and heathland species are re-appearing!

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Hedgelaying at Alderley Edge

Today ten of us were out hedgelaying with the National Trust at Alderley Edge.  After yesterday’s fairly dismal weather, it was a delight and a relief to find that we had a perfect day for it!  And we concluded it all with well-deserved tea and cake in The Wizard Tea Rooms.

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SACV’s task last Sunday was to help the National Trust at Hare Hill with the ongoing culvert restoration at this site.  We also helped with work to renovate a cattle drinking trough which had been discovered when it was found that the culverts fed into it – before that it had lain hidden for over 40 years!

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Hedgelaying at Alderley Edge

On a cold but bright winter’s day, what better way to spend it than by getting out for SACV’s first event of the year?   Well that’s what some of us did today – and we were hedgelaying for the National Trust at Alderley Edge.  A very satisfying task, with plenty of interested passers-by, and a warming fire to get us through our lunch break!

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