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Working sessions
We are again planning to carry out some regular maintenance in and around East and West Hanney this year. We plan to work from 09:00 until noon, and as usual, the location will depend upon what needs to be done. Please add these dates to your diaries. It would be great if everyone could do at least one session during the year as it then spreads the load out.
*** Venue and work details will be advised each month by email to subscribers of our E-newsletter ***

REMAINING DATES FOR 2020:

Other dates to follow.

We are looking for volunteers to organise each weekend, so please contact us via the contact form.

> Saturday 15th of February
CANCELLED.
We have heavy rain, strong and stormy winds forecast for Saturday morning. Added to that the Brook is above normal, more rain forecast between now and then, the water fast flowing and extremely cold. It seems only prudent to postpone this months working party now, reschedule what we had planned for the March session and let everyone make other arrangements for this coming Saturday. We had planned to remove some small trees and branches from the Brook downstream of the village.


> Saturday 18th of January
A crisp but beautiful morning to work through the list of tasks needing to be done this morning, thank you to Ian, Dickon, Lamorna, Steph, Phil, Jane, Jim, David S, David B, Paul, Adrian, Stewart and Clive for turning out. As well as the routine maintenance checks, tool sharpening, lifejacket inspection and spring cleaning we also tackled some other important jobs. The gullies used to locate the flood defence barriers around the HWMH and Community Shop were opened, inspected and cleaned out; leaf and other debris was removed from the bottom of the Hall main entrance ramp and the Fool's watercress, Helosciadium nodiflorum, was completely cleared from the stream running behind Mill Orchard.
Special thanks are due to Phil for the home made flapjacks, Ian Green for running the tool sharpening workshop and Stewart Scott for the lifejacket inspection and maintenance training session.



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