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Hedgelaying at Alderley Edge

Today ten of us were out hedgelaying with the National Trust at Alderley Edge.  After yesterday’s fairly dismal weather, it was a delight and a relief to find that we had a perfect day for it!  And we concluded it all with well-deserved tea and cake in The Wizard Tea Rooms.

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SACV’s task last Sunday was to help the National Trust at Hare Hill with the ongoing culvert restoration at this site.  We also helped with work to renovate a cattle drinking trough which had been discovered when it was found that the culverts fed into it – before that it had lain hidden for over 40 years!

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Hedgelaying at Alderley Edge

On a cold but bright winter’s day, what better way to spend it than by getting out for SACV’s first event of the year?   Well that’s what some of us did today – and we were hedgelaying for the National Trust at Alderley Edge.  A very satisfying task, with plenty of interested passers-by, and a warming fire to get us through our lunch break!

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