Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Marking the way (part two.....where we dug lots of holes)

Since our session at the end of February to create etched rubbing plates with pupils from Highfields School in Ely we have been preparing the posts to mount these on.
Everyone has been using their muscles to dig holes so we can sink the posts nice and deep making them sturdy and a good height for children to take rubbings from, around twenty posts have gone in already with the last fifteen being put in this week.
We will also paint the top of each post so they show the three colour zones of the Wildlife area to help orientate people.
Next week Tabi will be back with the etched plates so watch this space to see the final blog for the way marker project and the finished article.

Community Engagement Officer
Anglesey Abbey

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