Weekend volunteer task (Durham Group)

Fencing around the pond

Raking grass near Seaham

National Trust volunteers helped erect a timber fence to protect a pond on the Durham Coast near Blast Beach today – an important habitat for amphibians such as frogs, toads and newts. Volunteers also helped rake grass on a field that had recently been cut to create good conditions for wild flowers to flourish next year.

Chris with some of the National Trust volunteers at Horden beach

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Kate | National Trust

Kate | National Trust

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