Protecting A Vital Green Space In Crouch End

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In Praise of Hornbeams

The hornbeam is one of the most versatile British trees. Freestanding mature specimens, with their characteristic conical crowns, have considerable amenity value, whilst the wood, the hardest of any tree in Europe, provides valuable timber for furniture.

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Boardwalk restored

Thanks to the efforts of two valiant volunteers, the crumbling old boardwalk, the pathway that leads into the meadow, has been restored to its former glory. All done within a day. We thank one of our neighbours for donating some unwanted decking, which has been repurposed successfully as you can see in the picture.  A great job done. 

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Harington Open Days

Harington is a small local charity based nearby in Highgate which teaches horticulture to young adults with learning difficulties and disabilities. They will be holding an Open Day and Spring Sale on both Saturday 6th May & Sunday 7th May (10am to 1pm).

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April Workday

Our next workday will be on Sunday April 16th starting at 11am – meet in the Hanley Club car park.  Spring is here and as usual there will be a variety of jobs that need doing so please come if you can, even if only for a short time. 

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