AGM – October 2019

Saturday 19th October saw us have another Annual General Meeting. As always we discussed our achievements over the last year, what had gone well and what we would like to do for 2020. We have started making a business plan each year now which will help us keep on top Read more…

Woodland Thinning

The days are getting colder now up on the common but we turned up in good numbers this month to get some jobs done. Medway Norse have been up on the common recently thinning some trees in the woodland area to allow sunlight to reach the ground. Thinning removes the Read more…

Hedgerow and Bramble

Today we are joined by the community payback team who are on site helping us maintain the hedgerow at the back of Columbine Close. Meanwhile we have cleared the bramble back on some pathways in the woodland area and behind Thurston Drive.

Alexanders Removal

This month on the common we cut our Alexanders from the central grass meadow that are not suitable. Alexanders is a common rather invasive, edible, flowering plant of a green-yellow colour, which is known for its rapid growth.  The plant is appearing in ever-increasing quantities. It is very aggressive and Read more…

Dawn Chorus

A cold northerly wind and near-freezing temperatures did not deter our group at this morning’s Dawn Chorus Walk. A beautiful sunrise, accompanied by the sound of birdsong and great company made for a most convivial experience. The chorus itself was shorter and a little quieter than usual, probably due to Read more…