Month: April 2009

Kellys Bridge

On a slightly fun note we decided that due to the wind being of the chilly variety it would pay to take Elliot’s Kelly Kettle on all work days from now on!(apart from two days already this week due to heavy rain…) Do not boil with cork in! So far this week we have mown …

DDAS Duck race

Hi all, the DDAS is organising a fund rasing event for the “Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance” looks like a lot of fun for a very good cause, especially for all of us who spend a lot of time chucking spinners from rocky out crops along the jurasic coast! Click here for more details


One of the most rewarding materials to work with is live willow……………. The willow revetment we did here is about 18 months old and has protected this garden from further erosion, we came back to weave in all the new growth, adding to the stability of the project. As nature intended…. You can naturally protect …


They have arrived………………… Scott and his lovely wife Alex caught a few today, then Lib’s and I turned up and on my second cast I lost all his gear, “sorry mate”, it must be one of those weekends! Stunning, which ever way you cook them….. Scott was so pleased with his catch and cook afternoon …

Our work is published

We are very proud to say that some of our willow revetment work has been featured in the new “Wild Trout Trust” river restoration handbook! Have a look here. Here are one or two examples of our work. Willow revetment…..

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