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Well done to our volunteers.

The grass is as high as an elephant's eye!

 If you have been out walking recently you will probably have come across some footpaths which have become overgrown. Whilst this is always a problem in mid summer, it has been made worse this year due to substantial budget cuts by Surrey C.C., with the result that little vegetation cuts have been done by contractors.

Well done then to our Volunteer Path Wardens and members of Ken's Krew, who have cleared a number of local paths at Outwood, South Nutfield, Lingfield, Godstone and Tandridge. The much used bridleway that links Godstone and Jackass Lane, Tandridge was badly overgrown but is now looking much better

Article and photos by Tony Pearson



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