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I was going to call this the “Highlights of 2016”, but I’m not sure all the fly tip pictures could be considered highlights, just unfortunately frequent! So, just going through some pics on my phone, this is some of what we got up to in 2016……

January seems to have been open season on fly tipping.Equine Photographer

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The tractor is a big help, but a larger trailer will soon be needed.

Equine PhotographerEquine PhotographerEquine PhotographerEquine PhotographerWorking on the bridleway that runs from the top pond on Holmbury Hill nr No.1 car park. It had become very overgrown through lack of use, partly due to the large gulley that had formed in the track, making it quite dangerous for horses. The we are not responsible for the surfaces, Surrey Rights of Way are, we decided as we had the digger nearby to just crack on with it and get it done.Equine PhotographerEquine PhotographerEquine Photographer

After we finished…Equine PhotographerEquine PhotographerI’m really not sure what the story was with this abandoned car, but still costs time and money to get removed.Equine Photographer

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A seat with a view

Equine PhotographerEquine PhotographerEquine PhotographerLots of trees came down in a windy spell in March, that had to be cleared.Equine PhotographerEquine PhotographerEquine PhotographerEquine PhotographerEquine PhotographerEquine PhotographerTne Friends of the Hurtwood AGM in April.Equine Photographer

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Before

Tree clearance on Winterfold, just to open up the view a little more. Before and after.

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After

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Still more trees across paths.

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Always a fridge somewhere!

I May the early stages of designing the new seats on the Disabled Access track on Holmbury Hill, in the end it was decided that just three benches would work better.Equine PhotographerEquine PhotographerThe new stone was laid and the area for the benches made bigger to accommodate them, and soon Matthew Burt arrived to do the installationEquine Photographer

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Clearing the frees to improve the view for another of the “Inspiring Views” project

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The seat in place

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A new path was laid leading up to the view point on Reynards Hill in readiness for another of the “Inspiring Views project” benches.

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The new seat on Reynards Hill.

 

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Bags of garden waste, dumped in the car park

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We attended Peaslake village fete

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The Hurtleberry 2016

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Just a bit mor rubbish

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Admittedly a neat pile of rubbish

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A not so neat pile of rubbish

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Clearing the heather triangle on Pitch Hill

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Now looking a lot better

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We had to take some action on bike trails that had been built with the inclusion of dangerous jumps.

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We have now had a good cut back around the Hammonds ponds on Holmbury Hill, to let a little more light in.

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Just in car you hadn’t had enough, heres bit more fly tip!

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December 2016 has been very foggy at times especially on Winterfold.

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A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL AND BEST WISHES FOR 2017

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