3 inches of snow didn’t put off 8 intrepid souls this morning as they cleared felled trees and chipped them in bitter weather.
Many thanks go to Martin Whitehouse, Carl Parfitt, Rhys Parfitt, Andy Parfitt, David Clifft, Keith Hardy and Shaun Ponder for giving up their Saturday morning – they are pictured below.
Thanks also goes to Orange Plant for providing the chipper.

We are hopeful of announcing some tremendous news next week – watch this space!

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    andy still picking hawthorns from his legs

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