The KNR Team takes a breather with committee member Bronwen Carruthers (2nd left) and chairperson, Jules Pattison (right).

Every month while you’re relaxing in bed enjoying your Sunday cuppa and reading the news, a group of volunteers are hard at it with shovels and barrows keenly restoring Newton Reserve from its origins –  as an old sheep farm overgrown with noxious trees and weeds – to a verdant native reserve.  Their goal is to restore selected areas of the coastal cliffs, forest and wetland to a condition as close as possible to its original biodiversity, an attractive headland abounding with healthy native flora and fauna.

Full story in this weeks Gulf News… Out Now

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