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Bin Brook Meadow, Coton Reserve

last modified Apr 09, 2015 08:49 AM
Bin Brook Meadow, Coton Reserve

Photo credit: Cruickshank

Many thanks to the current ESD students who came to start clearing Bin Brook Meadow on the Coton Reserve on Saturday 8th November. We had good fun battling brambles, hawthorn etc and making bonfires. Thanks also to Geoff Morgan (ESD MPhil 2011-12) as our alumni representative.

 

For more information about the Coton Reserve see:

http://www.cambridgeppf.org/places/coton-countryside-reserve/

 

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