Help from the Gurkhas and Black Mountain Graziers

On 3rd September we will be ‘crossing the line’ with the help of the Gurkhas. Sounds like a covert army manoeuvre! However this is in fact the day that we will be installing the wool sausages in the erosion channels.

Details of start time and location will be posted soon but if you want to come along and get involved let me know via this blog.

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3 Responses to Help from the Gurkhas and Black Mountain Graziers

  1. Carolyn Faulder Bainton says:

    I’m intrigued so please let me know location and meeting time details in due course.

  2. Conor Cowden says:

    it was really fun walking up the hill with the Gurkhas,
    Thanks Pip

  3. Kirsty says:

    Hi Pip. What a fantastic job you’ve all done. It’s going to be very interesting to see how the wool ‘sausages’ perform…. I thoroughly enjoyed making small seeded sections of the original line with you in March at Arts Alive – let me know if other such ‘unskilled’ labour is required in future. What lovely photos – they really give a good impression of the length of the line.

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