The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
TWiG: August 2019
Were you up and around and in the village at 7.00am last Thursday morning?
Despite a very dismal and damp start, Paul Hellmers of PJH Outdoor Solutions embarked on the annual cut at Glebe Meadow (having completed Barn Field earlier in the week).
Although the grasses and wildflowers were still providing a valuable source of pollen and nectar, it was felt that the time was right to set seed for next year and in an attempt to successfully dodge the relentless rain.
For more information on the value of Glebe Meadow and Barn Field as natural unimproved grasslands then please see one of our previous articles CLICK HERE or contact the Tattenhall Wildlife Group (TWiG) who manage the site — details in our community section of 'Directories' on the toolbar.
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