Youth & Community Centre
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 22nd July 2014 2:30pm
What a beautiful location the Snakemoor Nature Reserve offers those of us who are prepared to walk the short distance beyond the station — a microcosm of rural English countryside, reflecting the changing seasons and providing a place for quiet walks and personal contemplation.
Today was a little less peaceful, however, as Robyn Thorogood, Dave Rankin and a small group of additional volunteers rolled up their sleeves and tackled a few maintenance tasks demanded by the rapidly growing trees and bushes.
Meanwhile, one man went to mow, went to mow a meadow ...
Michael Witney was our man on the tractor, making good use of the newly acquired 'thing wot cuts hay' on the back!
And once the camera was in evidence, it was more than Michael could do to resist flashing his manly physique!
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