Another frosty trip to Boundary Brook

12 Goodgymers helped their local community in Oxford
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Saturday 25th November 2023

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12 GoodGymers were up bright and early for a task at Boundary Brook Nature Park. We split into two groups to tackle raking, and digging for our old nemesis - the bramble root.

Boundary Brook have won a grant to plant some different species of grass and create a 'living library' for people to come and learn about them. Hopefully there will now be room for more grass and less bramble!

There was plenty of random conversation about the horrors of children's tv, how we could probably have our own GG band by now, and all about badgers (How big are they? How do you catch them? Just how accurate is the Animals of Farthing Wood?).

We also had congratulations for Louise on her 100th task!

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Oxford Urban Wildlife Group
OUWG maintains the diverse wildlife habitats at Boundary Brook Nature Park

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