‘Thank you’ to Walhampton neighbours


When you’ve just planted some 1,200 hedging whips – dormant, bare-rooted plants, 2 – 3 feet tall, of a range of native varieties -the last thing you want is a virtual March / April drought!  But that’s been the situation at Walhampton so, by mid-April, alarm bells were ringing. Fortunately, neighbours of the Monument site rallied round, feeding hose-pipes through their fences – although seemingly endless fetching and carrying of watering cans was still required!

Our special thanks to local farmer Brian Goodall, who received our plea for help late one evening and, by early next morning, had delivered a bowser full of water to the top of the site, which needed it most

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