Volunteers plant hedgerow to benefit local wildlife

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Volunteers set to work in 1997 to plant a hedgerow in the wildlife garden at Banovallum House in Horncastle – the headquarters of the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust for Nature Conservation.

The hedgerow was to provide a habitat and food source for wildlife and increase animal diversity in the area.

Volunteer reserve manager Ian Hobson and promotions officer Mary Edwards are pictured alongside Horncastle and Woodhall Spa Wildlife Watch Group members Amy Killeen, Laurie Hobson, Chris Hobson, John Watts and Craig and Kirsty Watts.

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