Monthly Archives: October 2014

Tree pruning and maintenance

Tom our regular tree surgeon will start on site tomorrow. All work should be completed by next weekend. Advertisements

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Week Three – The Contractors leave now it’s over to us

On Monday 21st October, having completed their work, the contractors loaded up their machinery and left so now it’s over to us. The photograph below shows the completed south east bay bunds which although impressive currently look a little stark. … Continue reading

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Current Projects – Week Two – Monday 13th October, 2014

Our main contractors have moved on to the Andrew Chappell hide scrape whilst the tree surgeons complete the work required to restore the south-east bay reed bed area. Don’t be put off making a ‘birding’ visit to Belvide during this … Continue reading

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Fog!? What Fog?

Sunday 12th October at 9.30hrs saw the res. cloaked in thick fog. This didn’t stop the dozen or so volunteers who turned out for the work party cutting back and treating willows in the reed bed area whilst Nigel Talbot … Continue reading

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Projects update Thursday 9th October

Many thanks to Steve Nuttall for the following photographs showing the progress made on site this week, despite the awful weather at times. These have also been added to the ‘future plans and projects’ page which will, I think, shortly … Continue reading

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6th October 2014 – a Red letter day for Belvide

After months of planning major works start at the res. today (see future plans page for details) involving heavy equipment so be prepared for disruption to birding if you visit. The contractors will be working in two quite separate areas … Continue reading

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