Work in reserve

Hi.  Hedge trimming on the footpath through the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve, Woodhouse Washlands, on Sunday 3rd. February to allow more light through. (Left to right) Rangers Nell Dixon & Chris Smith with Christine Handley, Chair of the Nature Reserve Management Committee. Photo Peter Wolstenholme. One of the Founder members of the Woodhouse Washlands Nature Reserve
Hi. Hedge trimming on the footpath through the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve, Woodhouse Washlands, on Sunday 3rd. February to allow more light through. (Left to right) Rangers Nell Dixon & Chris Smith with Christine Handley, Chair of the Nature Reserve Management Committee. Photo Peter Wolstenholme. One of the Founder members of the Woodhouse Washlands Nature Reserve
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NATURE-LOVERS took to the great outdoors in a bid to help improve a Sheffield reserve.

Volunteers, including Christine Handley, chairman of the nature reserve management committee, joined rangers at Yorkshire Wildlife Trust’s Woodhouse Washlands nature reserve, off Furnace Lane, Woodhouse, yesterday.

Work taking place at the grass and wetland site eserve included trimming hedges along a reserve footpath, in a bid to allow more light through.

n To get involved, or for more information about the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, visit www.ywt.org.uk