Posts Tagged "Hurtwood"

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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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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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Trail Maintenance Day 15th April 2012.

Hurtwood Trails Volunteers will be carrying out maintenance on Barry Knows Best (BKB), but this time with a difference: we are bringing the heavy artillery along in the form of a mini digger. This does mean however that we will have ...

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Trail Maintenance Session Sunday 11th March 2012.

A trail maintenance session will be held on Barry Knows Best (BKB) on Holmbury Hill. If you would like to come along and not only see what happens, but get involved, then please use the contact form on this site ...

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Trail Maintenance Day 11th December.

Trail Maintenance was carried out on BKB on Holmbury hill. This trail has had very little done to it in the last few years, and has suffered further from the tree thinning work carried out on this part of the ...

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Strike up the band.

Pedal and Spoke, the bike shop in Peaslake are selling this Wrist band for £2 with 50% of the proceeds going to Friends of the Hurtwood. So if you are popping into the shop for your latest Santa Cruz fix, ...

Amazing Hurtwood Mountain Bike Statistics.

Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - Press Release Amazing Hurtwood mountain bike statistics highlight the importance of managing trails Electronic counters embedded beneath Barry Knows Best (BKB), the challenging downhill zig zag from Holmbury Hill to Peaslake, reveal just how ...

Invisible Maybe, but Not Irrelevant…

Should people support the Friends of the Hurtwood? Would anyone notice if it no longer existed? Recently Peter Copping, chairman of the Friends of the Hurtwood, talked about the work and current challenges facing the charity. Read more here...