Well after the other weekend really it hasn’t stopped , drizzle, mist or raining for the week but pushed on and got another 70m’s done in 3 days. Back continuing on a good job right up on the Dorset/Somerset border for a short while. (Picture with the truck is from the other week)
Well it started out wet and just got worse at the end , but came away with a good result. Well done to all who took part the weather was real naff, raining so hard at the end wasn’t hanging around to take pictures after prize giving . Thanks to all involved in running the South Dorset Hunt Hedgelaying Competition
December has just flown by, & since attending the Patron Contest back in November we have covered a fair few meters & now we are already into 2017. Have updated the gallery with just a few from the latest jobs. Dare I say the weather is holding as well at the moment but still got maybe the worst 3 months to go yet, so fingers crossed. After a bit of a blank during December the competition season will carry on with the next local one being on the 29th Jan over Mappowder way more info from Mr I Croad 01258 471021.
Well a brilliant day and very lucky to have been invited to attend HRH Prince Charles Hedgelaying competition. Came 3rd in the South of England Class. Would like to say very well done to all cutters and thank you to all involved in arranging is this special competition.
A great weekend at the National Hedgelaying Championships at Cehester this year. The weather was kind and a great location, the hedge mainly Blackthorn and Hawthorn, proved to be a bit brittle. Im sure we all struggled with some weak bits.
But very happy to come away with a 1st place in the Dorset Class. This contest attracts the top cutters from across the country so a pleasing result. Very well done to all who took part.