Beech Bottom Dyke Action Day 2

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Thanks Harry for all that rubbish you and others collected. Unfortunately, the chain saw on the right gave up the ghost in the effort.

After determined efforts, Friends of Bernards Heath has now opened up the Dyke so that it is possible to walk along the bottom from the entrance near the Ancient Briton junction to the railway embankment, a distance of about one mile.  We are very grateful to all those who came along on a last Saturday morning to clear the area from the rifle butts to Valley Road.

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Collecting rubbish at the Valley Road entrance

Posted in Action Days, Beech Bottom Dyke, Litter

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