Hi guys! It’s been a while since we’ve posted a blog so prepare for a few!! It’s been a busy time of late with a variety of projects happening. The topic of this blog post was quite an unusual one. Here we’ve been at a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) for SNH. It has been classed as a SSSI because of the rock formations left by glaciation.
The site from the road is quite hidden and you would never guess it was so important – probably a good thing for it’s conservation.
Our job was to cut and remove the gorse that was hiding the exposed glacial moraine.
VO Adam removing the gorse
We didn’t realise how much we had cut down until we tried to fit in the horse box!!
Overall it was a successful couple of days at the site, despite the weather and jaggy gorse needles!
Love Gillian & Esther! 🙂
(PS: Our flickr site is not log in so currently all new photos are on the blogs)