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24 September 2016

An impressive team of Rotarians and wives undertook major horticultural work at Whisby Nature Reserve to remove bracken and weeds from around the oak trees planted by the Rotary Club of Lincoln to mark the Millenium. The initiative was a "green" environmental project not only to mark the Millenium but to help to reduce the carbon content in the atmosphere for decades to come.



Peter Manton and Bob Bennison attacking the considerable growth.



Sue Pope and Neil Curtis on their part of the jungle.



Malcolm Webb (red) and Terry Coffey (white) properly attired for the job in hand


Malcolm Miller and Ian Smith (gaffer and worker)



Malcolm Miller and Terry Coffey (gaffer and worker).



Audrey Manton and Malcolm Webb joining in enthusiastically.



Stephen Pope gardner and chauffer to all the bracken and weeds that were removed.






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