Monday, 25 February 2008


The recent tree planting session at the Queslett nature Reserve went very well. Over 200 shrubs were planted by Member of the Friends of the Queslett Nature Reserve and other volunteers. Most of these shrubs were planted near the Booths Lane Border with the aim of eventually forming a solid hedge there to encourage wildlife.
As Chair of the F.O.Q.N.R I was very pleased to see a number of youngsters come along to help out. I would also like to thank Nigel Quinn, Debby Parsons and Mike Trevor for there hard work helping to organise the event. In fact I would like to thank every one who took part.
It is now hoped a similar event will take place next month (March?) If you may be interested in helping out please ring me on 360 6486.


OscottLocal said...

Nice Spade Keith glad to see your keeping busy.

What happened to that Graham Greene i never seem to see him around these days! Its just good with have Councilliors who put the work in.

Anonymous said...

I walked through the reserve the otherday and have to say it looks cleaner and better then the last time I did some years ago.
It is also pleasing to see youngsters are having a go as well.
What a shame however that building are going to be built so near to the reserve Ie Booths Lane shame on the planners.