The volunteers returned to a section of leat on Roborough Down, untouched for a couple of years and becoming overgrown. The weather forecast was dodgy but Derek assured us that the heavy rain would stop at 10am precisely (our starting time). He was almost correct, it took a while for the fog to clear before becoming a glorious sunny day.
Wellies were the footwear of choice.
Over lunch, we held a “socially distanced” meeting being unable to use our usual venue of the pub in Princetown.
Derek tells us that we cleared a remarkable 258m of thick scrub, blackthorn, gorse and brambles. Thank you to all who worked so hard to make it a successful day.