Tag Archives: brambles

Ten Years Younger – Phase 1 and 2

The new Field Gate Entrance is done, which, together with the work on Little Kelcliffe, opens up the landscape view, and creates a more inviting scene  – a dog bin will be going in by this gate as soon as … Continue reading

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Day 5 – Respecting Blackberry Folklore

In a wind, cold enough to slice your ears off; rainbows one minute, and scudding clouds across a ‘Middle-earth’ sky the next, Ady Stokes, from Pudsey Landscaping has been ‘respectfully’ scalloping the bramble patch in the north of the park … Continue reading

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Day 4 – Opening up the views

A beautiful snowy scene greeted Pudsey landscapers this morning.   A light covering had landed overnight but it didn’t stop work.  A visit mid morning revealed quite a change as the removal of the willowherb near the top copse was … Continue reading

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