Six Fylde Ramblers were in a race against the fast darkening evenings and managed a very effective 75 minute path maintenance session, which nevertheless gave a cumulative 8 hours work with Wyre Ranger, Keith, and cleared a footpath at Skippool Creek and an early supper at the River Wyre. Many hands make light work!
The footpath is passable but will benefit from cutting back the nettles,
David gets to work on the undergrowth whilst Wyre Ranger, Keith,
Some of the sizeable sycamore saplings are diseased and cutting back is very timely
Nevertheless, culling the encroaching low-growing plants
The light is fading fast, but it's been a beautiful evening
The footpath is very much more open by the time we pack up to leave
September sundown at Skippool - a serene scene as supper beckons at the pub!