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Trail Report: 1st July 2012.

The new section of trail we have been working on on BKB(Barry Know Best) is now open. We brought the digger back in to improve the drainage for the trail, and to landscape the area surrounding it, making it not ...

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Maintenance Morning Sunday 1st July on BKB.

Hurtwood trails will be carrying out work on the recently built new section of trail in order for it to be opened. There will be a digger on site to assist with the tidying up of the surrounding area. As ...

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Trail Report: 27th May 2012.

One of the dilemmas of being a mountain biker/trail builder is the weather. The mountain biker longs for dry dusty trails under a warm Sun  and beautiful blue skies that seem to only happen occasionally in the UK, while at ...

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New Trail Maintenance Day Sun 27th May 2012.

Yes, we are at it again on Sunday 27th May on BKB on Holmbury hill. We are looking to finish off the new section which we have been using a digger to build over the last month or so, and ...

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Trailbuilding 29th April 2012…

Hurtwood Trail volunteers carried out a second session on the new trail section on BKB. A large digger was used in the last session to remove the debris left behind from the forestry work of 2010, remove stumps, and to ...

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BKB Closed Again – Sunday 29 April

Sorry for the shorter notice this time, but we have secured the use of a mini-digger in order to help put in the new section of trail through the corridor that the larger digger cleared a couple of weeks ago, ...

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Can You Dig It?

Sunday 15th April saw Hurtwood Trails employ a digger for the first time on Barry knows best (BKB). Though it wasn't quite on BKB, but off to one side as a new "trail corridor" was carved out alongside the section ...

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Mountain Bike Volunteers Put Something Back Into The Hurtwood

An article about the work of Hurtwood Trails appeared in the Spring edition of the Friends of the Hurtwood.  The article is reproduced below or you can read a PDF of the original article. In 2007, the Friends of the Hurtwood ...