Bracken!

Under perfect blue skies TRAC discovered the joys of helping the National Trust Park Ranger at Nostell Priory in shifting piles of cut bracken (I’m sure they were multiplying behind our backs) into the trailer to be used in inhibiting new bracken growth along the estate boundary. At said boundary the old iron fencing was dug up from under the bracken and grass – we understand why archaeology is fascinating, chasing iron rails under the ground to the end! Only it wasn’t quite that simple as it was traced into the bluebell wood… oh dear it’s going to be a much longer task than anticipated! Ah well it meant more hands to the bracken shifting. A hard few hours of work but satisfying. We will return 😁

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