Volunteers have been busy tidying up a West Norfolk churchyard.
The newly formed Gaywood Valley Conservation Church helped out at St Nicholas Church, Gayton, on Monday.
Gayton Church is taking part in the national “Wildlife in Churchyards” management scheme run by the Norfolk Wildlife Trust.
As most church yards are not cultivated, native plants, which are important to support other wildlife, can be found there.
Specified unused areas of the churchyard were left uncut until the end of July and the completion a plant survey by the trust.
A further cut will be made in October.
The Rev. Jane Holmes was pleased with the support for this project from the group.
The Gaywood Valley Conservation Group has been formed by Norfolk Wildlife Trust volunteers who will continue the work started as part of the Living Landscape by NWT when their initial project ends in September.
The group meets each Monday and carry out various forms of wildlife conservation and walks in the area.
For more information contact: Gvcg2015@gmail.com or telephone 07944 953397.