Improvements in Redwood Bush


Recent work by WCC and FOTBR has seen new metal laid on tracks to cover many exposed roots of trees and provide easier walking. Thanks to WCC staff, Andrew Liley and Richard Herbert.

New metal has also been laid in the upper part of the track in Wilf Mexted Reserve.


Three new style seats have also been positioned beside tracks in Redwood Bush by WCC staff. One of these was originally donated by FOTBR.

New signage

FOTBR has recently embarked on a trial to upgrade the signage to assist with better identification of trees in our reserves.

The first reserve to be upgraded is Redwood Bush, where some new signs have been placed as shown.

There is a mix of tree-mounted botanical text signs and ground mounted illustrated/botanical text signs. FOTBR looks forward to feedback about these new signs with a view to further signs being put in place. Thanks to Chris Paice who has initiated this project and to Richard Herbert and Andrew Liley for positioning the signs.

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