A Task Not Without its Ups and Downs by Patrick Browne

As part of the on-going development of the copse in the Bicentenary Arboretum my colleagues and I rescued a rustic style See-Saw from its long term resting place in the yard, knocked the cobwebs and began to install it ready for the summer.

Phil Peard skillfully maneuvred a three ton excavator between the trees to dig out a suitable trench ready for the ton of concrete required to ensure that the See-Saw remained steady in the ground. John Bridge tirelessly mixed load after load and transported them to the site to the accompaniment of “just one more load John”

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