Friends of Kingston Cemetery

 The Friends of Kingston cemetery had its second task day yesterday: litter was collected, brambles tamed and a flower walk was undertaken.

An area around the  Japanese knotweed was cleared so that it can be sprayed to prevent its spread.

The conservation areas have been extended, giving the wild flowers in the old turf a chance to thrive.

It is hoped the group will convene once monthly, so watch for a notice on the gates for the next one-all welcome.

Ashes to ash, dust to dusk mask!
Ashes to ash

Field madder, ox-eye daisy, birds foot-trefoil and meadow vetchling are attractive to pollinating insects.



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