Who said driving a tractor was hard?
David Pottinger writes:
Here’s my selection of photos that were published on the blog during 2014 (plus two others). They are mostly in chronological order, January to December.
As you can see, a lot more goes on at the Pond than you might imagine!
If you’d like to support Fleet Pond Society, please consider joining, it’s just £10 a year (with the newsletter emailed) or £15 via post (see here).
Membership fees help us carry out a wide variety of tasks that extend and complement those carried out by Hart Countryside Services. In addition to this, we also greatly appreciate funds and services kindly provided by a number of local organisations and companies.
On the theme of pictures, please note that the deadline for the FPS Photographic Competition for 2014 is fast approaching – 5 January 2015. You can find the details here. Best of luck!
The team from Fujitsu helping out in early January
This is the sort of thing that volunteers end up doing!
The start of the year was unfortunately a bit of a washout
The photo competition winners for 2013 – see here for a slideshow
The overall winner for the 2013 FPS Photographic Competition – Liza Toth
Something unusual being constructed at the Pond!
BT volunteers together with Rachel Jones, Hart Countryside Ranger
FPS Volunteer of the Year for 2013 – Phil Gower
FPS stalwart and Deputy Chairman, Terry Austin, receiving a well-deserved award from the High Sheriff of Hampshire
The Lions’ View taking shape – an attractive new addition to Fleet Pond
The opening ceremony for the Lions’ View
How surprising – an albino hedgehog!
The very popular Wildlife Day at the Pond in May
Being interviewed (in the reeds) by Eagle Radio
Bird ringing – a magnificent Green Woodpecker
Navigating the World Wide Web (Fleet Carnival)
Jim Storey, one of our Committee Members!
Dimension Data helping out at the Pond, as they have done for several years – it’s really appreciated!
The enthusiastic team from SSE
Mud no object…volunteers can de a dedicated lot!
Beavers having a great time at the Pond (September)
Appreciating the info and panorama at the Lions’ View
Ranger Rachel doing some serious reed cutting!
Video of sunrise at Fleet Pond (wildlife appears after one minute)