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Ashlawn Fungi

Seen down Ashlawn Cutting recently by Steve Wright & Steve Batt.

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Workers in the Meadow

Excellent jobs done today – still some more clearing for next Sunday. Pictures by Phil Parr.

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Path Improvement

Along with RBC and Sustrans, Rugby Branch of WWT has applied for a grant from Veolia, http://www.veolia.co.uk/ to improve the path along the Great Central Way. Work by RBC has already begun. Pictures Courtesy Phil Parr.

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Flail cut

The council have given Tennis Meadow and surrounding area (besides Healthy Living Walk) a flail cut.  This drives our short term work party activities. Pictures courtesy of Phil Parr.

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October Highlights

Rugby School Group have been involved this month with Steve Wright doing a great job steering the groups activities. Nature Force and the local group have also been busy with the management. Comment & pictures by Phil Parr 

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Rugby School group help out

Steve Wright has been doing a great job steering the Rugby School groups activities. Pictures & Comments by Phil Parr 

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September Highlights

Ashlawn Cutting has been looking lovely in this spectacular autumn and our small team has made fantastic progress with the Grassland management. pictures throughout the month by Phil Parr, except the Hornet picture which was by Steve Wright

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Rare cricket

A Roesel’s cricket was found in the cutting, quite rare, so good news. Pictures by Steve Wright

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Ashlawn August Highlights

Photos for August from various photographers.

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Our hedgehog checks

A few photos from when we checked the hedgehog traps placed in Ashlawn cutting. Paw prints were from a rat unfortunately.

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