"Earthquake At Sefton Park"

Saturday 25th September saw half of the ground at Sefton Park "earthquaked". This is a process that cuts into the ground to a depth of nine inches and was used mainly to break up the roots of the poplar trees which have made the ground undulating and bare in patches
Earthquake machine
Top soil goes on
A layer of topsoil and seed was then spread on and the ground is now green again. This work stopped at the edge of the square and did not effect the immense amount of work that is carried out on the square at the end of every season
    Dave Cummins relaxes while the work goes on. (Well it was his birthday!)
DC relaxes