Darren the tractor man

Darren is the man who diligently mows the Diglis Nature Reserve is doing a sterling job and takes great pride in doing his job.

John Tandy, a Diglis.com team member had a long natter with him today and is convinced he’s taking pride in the job he is doing.

SO, well done Darren, you are appreciated for your hard work.

Waverley Street Skips Are Back

Thanks to the success of the  team at diglis.com, who have been lobbying for the return of the Waverley  Street skips they will be returning on July 31 from 8am untill 12pm. All tipping subject to the tips rules.

Mangled Fence

Mangled fence

I would be surprised if the damaged done to the Cherry Orchard Nature Reserve fence on Waverley Street  has not already been reported;  fairly sure also that the Worcester City Council  would have been very busy managing the floods and Covid-19 and not had the time to get round to fixing this. However, I thought it might be an idea to post this as a reminder for the future.

Spring 2021 around the corner?

Photo by Pearl Epstien













There has been a discussion around the removal of brambles after work began December 2020. There have been differing opinions on not only the way the brambles were removed but also what was the primary reason for the Nature Reserve.

Should the reserve be managed solely as a woodland that allows for the flora or fauna  (by definition, fauna is a group of indigenous animals of any geographical region)?

  • Should the reserve be left alone allowing it to go through the process of natural development?

There are of course very good reasons to support each of these views .

Please leave a comment of either or none of the above views.

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