On February 27th the Mardon volunteers enjoyed beautiful weather for the Spring work day. We divided into two groups. One group re-cut the ends of the T-shaped reeve and explored its possible continuation. They then moved on to re-cut an area of second world war trenches on the east slope. The rest of us worked on clearing two very large second world war trenches on the west side of the moor which on first sight appeared to be simple trenches but when revealed were more complex shapes. One trench was filled with water which made for some interesting manoeuvres in clearing.
Six photos from the day …..