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Saturday 13/1

Yes its nearly upon us. Ten years ago we celebrated our tenth anniversary by planting hazel at Kennylands (now known as the Millennium Green). The Sonning Common Millennium Green Trust (SCOMIT) wish to bring this area of hazels into a … Continue reading

Dorchester water meadows

Dear Julia, thanks to you and you team of SCGG volunteers for the great job they did yesterday. Just as well we didn’t have today’s weather! I walked past it yesterday afternoon and it looked perfect – tidy, but natural … Continue reading


From Withymeed: Dear Julia Thank you and your team for such a productive and enjoyable day. I hope they enjoyed it as much as I did, and sorry I couldn’t actually help. They all worked so hard and produced stunning … Continue reading


Just a quick email to say I went to Cowleaze last week. The work done looks wonderful – certainly a real difference to the boundary path adjacent to the larch. Please pass on my thanks to all the volunteers. Kind … Continue reading


Dear Julia, Once again – many thanks for a very productive morning at Withymead. The route from the Bridleway entrance to the slipway is now much better defined and, at last, we seem to be able to see where we … Continue reading

Summer awareness

This is what a tick bite looks like. It was obtained by one of our GGers at Greys Court when we were pulling ragwort in the hay field a few weeks ago. Beware and watch out. Removal at the doctor’s … Continue reading

Aston Rowant

From an unexpected angle this time, a report from the Wallingford Green Gym:

Moorend Common

Orchids thrive at Moorend Common, and so does the Green Gym

Withymead’s thanks Green Gym

A message from the Trustees at Withymead: Please pass on our thanks to your Green Gymmers. We had compiled a long list of jobs for today and you managed to do so many of them. The Forest school is now … Continue reading

Hurst Water Meadows

Many thanks for all your efforts today. I am amazed at the amount of work your group gets through. I was so pleased we managed to keep that bonfire going. I’ve updated our blog with some of Lisbet’s pictures and … Continue reading