Willow Hey project: A day in Pictures

Our next crop of cabbage and chard planted and ready to grow.

Our lovely chickens being chickens.

Our lovely chickens being chickens.

Community worker Dawn and two young women from the Cawdor Estate making bird boxes as part of Landrover Daves workshop.

A big thank you to the knit bombers who brightened up our conifer tree stump.

A big thank you to the knit bombers who brightened up our conifer tree stump.

Chris Wood and Wynn Hutch emptying a bath carefully whilst removing tadpoles and transfering them to our pond further up the site

Chris Wood and Wynn Hutch emptying a bath carefully whilst removing tadpoles and transfering them to our pond further up the site

A local family checking out our chickens, later in the afternoon the mother of the children came back to the site and gave us a huge bunch of corriander that she had grown in her garden, so we gave her some of our onions and potatoes that we have very recently cropped

A local family checking out our chickens, later in the afternoon the mother of the children came back to the site and gave us a huge bunch of corriander that she had grown in her garden, so we gave her some of our onions and potatoes that we have very recently cropped

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