Your usual correspondent being absent, Julie kindly opted to be photographer and blogger for the day.
With 15 volunteers there on a Bank Holiday weekend, it was a better turn out than expected. We started on the central area, finishing off what we were doing last time.
We whizzed through that with great efficiency before breaking for our tea/coffee break ...at which point several walkers commented on our 'people at work' signs while the said people were supping tea! "Typical British workers" I think was one jovial comment - we did offer a pitchfork but they declined!
It was then a shift across to the other side of the boardwalk with John D setting off with Grizzly to clear the first swathe.
As seems usual lately, he found a wasps nest, but did not seem to have been attacked too badly. It was well marked out,
but the last load was very carefully and quietly guided past!
Margaret was hand weeding reed out of the flower filled area to enable it to flourish for a little longer for us all to enjoy.
This is why...
Here is Chairman John's message of thanks: