Nestled in the picturesque landscapes of Yorkshire, Hetchell Wood boasts a diverse ecosystem that supports a wide array of wildlife and plant species. Formed around a former sandstone quarry, the land, which is part of Bramham Park Estate, boasts eye-catching trees that have roots entwined around the rocks, a stream and walks that take in a wide variety of landscapes.
Our mission was to help to protect some of the trees and wildlife areas by replacing damaged wooden fencing and removing plastic fencing.
Working under the guidance of David from the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, the team dug deep to install several wooden posts and fence panels, which proved to be an exhausting challenge (we would usually photoshop it in) before clearing the pathway and boundary netting.
Our involvement in building and repairing fences and clearing access routes helps protect the delicate ecosystem of Hetchell Wood and ensures that visitors can appreciate and enjoy nature responsibly.
Working Together for Nature
As always, it was great to spend time together outside of the studio and demonstrate our commitment to the environment by positively contributing to our local area.
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