Dovecliff Hall Hotel
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... or strimmed with wet, soggy vegatation to get wrapped around my ankles and slip/trip on). Any way, these guys do it the right way! They strim and then use pitch forks to throw the cut vegetation over the hedges. Brilliant!! Good old National Trust. Some one has done their Risk Assessment here. I love it. Fantastic job guys, keep it up. Archie is on work expereince with the Trust, hoping to do outdoor work in the future. ...