Sunday, 21 June 2009

Bristol Metropolitan School works in Snuff Mills

A small group of pupils from the Bristol Met School spent the day in Snuff Mills on Wednesday 17th June clearing a viewpoint from the upper footpath across to Grove Wood. This is part of our plans with the Council to slightly open up some of the views across the river and to gradually remove some of the invading ash saplings that like to grow everywhere in the valley.

As part of their day the pupils also learnt more about woodlands and it was great to see some of them really get stuck in to the task too. Thanks to the school for spending some time working in the valley and to the Field Studies Council and Avon Wildlife Trust for funding and organising the day.

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