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This section contains links to Work Group photo albums over the first six months of 2018.

02/07/2018.  Wistaston Green Road Car Park - Strimmed and Trimmed.

25/06/2018. Cutting back nettles etc., and planting around the new pond area.

18/06/2018. Footpath edging at Joey the Swan.

04 June.  A general undergrowth clearing around the pond and willow hedge.

30 April. The pond was extended and, following a dry spell, there was some replanting done on 14th May.

Before and "work in progress" pics of the new pond

Ongoing Woodland Management March and April

26th February - General tidy-up around the old filter beds.

19th February - Cutting back the wild flower meadow

29th January / 05th February- Ditch Maintenance

22nd January - Clearing paths and unblocking ditches.

15th January - Work abandoned due to adverse weather conditions.

08th January - Planting up the hedge that was prepared last year. Update:- Look at it now.


This section contains links to Work Group photo albums over the last few years up to the end of 2017. The albums detail the type of work that the volunteers carry out and the conditions that they work in. The earlier ones may not be in any specific order.

Last Album for 2017- Clearing Woodland Pathways and, a bit of historical work,
the pathways being built by the former BTCV, The Conservation Volunteers.

Completed Tasks -
Wistaston Winter Wonderland
Emergency Tree Clearance
27th November
13th & 20th November 2017
Woodland Management - September, October and the end result
Clearing Wistaston Green Road Car Park.
Removing Himalayan Balsam

2017 Projects - includes clearing and preparing ground to create a growing-on area for saplings and planting the saplings; the after effects of Storm Doris; Tree Planting, Boardwalk Repairs and Pathway Maintenance. It shows how hard the voulnteers work in order for Wistonians and visitors to enjoy the area, safely.

Woodland Management includes mending fences, hedge laying and removing Himalayan Balsam.

Kissing Gates shows the work group replacing two gates in the village.

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