Meadows Trust improvements include a seat carved from a tree trunk.

Meadows Trust improvements include a seat carved from a tree trunk.

Recent improvements to the land owned by the Hollingbourne Meadows Trust land at the rear of Tilefields include more benches, a walkway across the ditch which floods in winter, additional dog waste bins, and a log seat carved from a tree.

The Hollingbourne Meadows Trust is a registered charity and owns land on the east side of Eyhorne Street and on the west side of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link Tunnel between the end of the Eyhorne street Conservation area and Hollingbourne Corner on the A20.

Most of the work to maintain and improve the land is done by volunteers under the supervision of Ben Williams who organises working parties on Tuesdays and at other times. The Annual General Meeting of the Trust is on Friday 4th September at 7pm in the Village Hall and all are welcome.

For more information please go http://www.hollingbournemeadowstrust.co.uk/

The Hollingbourne Meadows Trust is also on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/hollingbournemeadowstrust

Pictured  below is local resident Gill Phelan with Harry on the new tree trunk seat recently installed by the Meadows Trust. It has been estimated that over one hundred dogs are exercised on the Trust land each day.

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