The emergence of Autumn Fungi in our woods




November colours!  Most of these photos were taken within 200 metres of the Farm Road entrance to Carpenters Wood

Who needs to go to Burnham Beeches when you have this colour on your doorstep . . . more photos can be seen by selecting November Colours in our Gallery menu

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Last volunteer session for 2019

Volunteers for the Friends of Carpenters Wood were joined by many volunteers from the Countryside Management Service (CMS) for our last work session of 2019.

We undertook some ride management work, as well as clearing encroaching vegetation to improve access, for site users, along the newtork of paths throughout the woodland.

Then we stopped for our main business of the day, a magnificent Christmas barbeque provided by CMS. A massive thank you to CMS for your expertise and hard work!

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