A team of 15 volunteers worked at Pudsham Meadows on Saturday 12 January, clearing a wall of vegetation ready for the wall to be repaired, gathering litter and re-opening a drainage ditch.

Ten photos below with captions.

 

The outside of the wall before loppers, bowsaws and a strimmer got to work

The outside of the wall before loppers, bowsaws and a strimmer got to work. Photo: Hilary Marshall

 

 

As photo above, after. Photo: Hilary Marshall

As photo above, after. Photo: Hilary Marshall

 

 

 

The inside of the wall before work. Photo: Hilary Marshall

The inside of the wall before work. Photo: Hilary Marshall

 

 

As photo above, after. Photo: Hilary Marshall

As photo above, after. Photo: Hilary Marshall

 

 

Dragging the cut material to the fire. Photo: Hilary Marshall

Dragging the cut material to the fire. Photo: Hilary Marshall

 

 

There was a good fire going. Photo: Hilary Marshall

There was a good fire going. Photo: Hilary Marshall

 

 

Starting the ditch to divert water away from the gateway. Photo: Hilary Marshall

Starting the ditch to divert water away from the gateway. Photo: Hilary Marshall

 

 

Job done! Photo: Hilary Marshall

Job done. Photo: Hilary Marshall

 

 

A quick coffee and cake break in the cold wind. Photo: Hilary Marshall

A quick coffee and cake break in the cold wind. Photo: Hilary Marshall

 

 

The roadside wall at the end of the day. Photo: Hilary Marshall

The roadside wall at the end of the day. Photo: Hilary Marshall