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Volunteers at The Spinney near Little Bytham chosen to champion national project




Volunteers who maintain The Spinney at Little Bytham. Alex Livingston (kneeling) , Gavin Pye, Dr Patrick Candler (Chair of the Trust)Sam Adams, Richard Joyce, Simon Chater andSimon Garbutt (kneeling)
Volunteers who maintain The Spinney at Little Bytham. Alex Livingston (kneeling) , Gavin Pye, Dr Patrick Candler (Chair of the Trust)Sam Adams, Richard Joyce, Simon Chater andSimon Garbutt (kneeling)

Climbing trees, building dens and running around in the mud are innocent thrills that evoke childhood memories in most people.

And its these activities, along with a wish to get closer to nature, that has encouraged a team of dedicated volunteers to create a woodland paradise known as The Spinney, near Little Bytham.

Managed and maintained by a charity called the Bythams Woodland Trust, The Spinney offers children and adults alike a chance to experience the best the countryside has to offer, with the freedom to do whatever they want.


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