Mercer & Hole team help out at Chorleywood House Estate
A team from the Rickmansworth office of Mercer & Hole Chartered Accountants volunteered with The Friends of Chorleywood House Estate, on Tuesday 21st March.
Chorleywood House Estate is owned by Three Rivers District Council and covers 170 acres of freely accessible land. The Friends of Chorleywood Estate get together twice a month to maintain, protect and enhance the estate.
Led by Mercer & Hole General Practice Partner, Sandy Bell, the team set to work on a range of light gardening duties on and around Dell Mound. Kate Curteis and Caroline Mockett cleared the leat and pruned Buddleia, whilst Sandy and Debbie Bigg dug for the re-siting and planting of Giant Butterbur. The team all helped with preparing the clippings to go onto a bonfire and weeding the wildflower enclosures prior to re-seeding later in the Spring.
Sandy Bell said: "We were delighted to support the work of The Friends of Chorleywood Estate with our time. The estate provides the public with a wonderful variety of green spaces and it was extremely rewarding to see the effects of our work on the landscape."
The Friends of Chorleywood Estate Membership Secretary, Tim Venner said: "We greatly appreciate the help of the Mercer & Hole team. Throughout the seasons, there is always plenty of work to do on the estate and extra pairs of hands are always welcome."
Date: 22nd March, 2017
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