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Cutting and clearing and the Southern Footpath and Stone Seat






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Damaged branch removed

and the Orange Tiger Lilies

were found on the bank

behind the tree







At last we have got rid of the wood chips
and
completed the natural walkways at the west end of the dene top.





Devil's Bit Scabious


can be seen in both the Upper and Lower Dene


THIS MONTHS WILD FLOWERS IN THE UPPER AND LOWER DENE


Crazy paved path

cleared in the Lower Reach










Musk Mellow (left) and Meadow Cranesbill (right)
are growing well this year and can be seen in both the Upper and Lower Dene







Cutting, Digging out and Clearing


the overgrowth from around the


car park and approach road



Knapweed and Meadowsweet

at the east end of the Lower Dene


Knapweed can be seen in both

the Upper and Lower Dene


But the Meadowsweet is mainly

in the Lower Dene


July Photos

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Hedge Woundwort - which looks a little like a nettle


This was usually seen at the east end of the lower dene

but it is now spreading into other lower dene areas


This photo was taken along the southern footpath






Autumn is on its way - looking west along the lower dene from the picnic tables