Wednesday, 11 May 2016
About a dozen of us met at Gibb's Island this morning to complete a few tasks.
Gibb's Island is connected to the mainland by a sort of causeway.
It is about two miles south of Killyleagh in County Down and it used to be part of the Delamont estate.
Today we were cutting shoots of mostly dead gorse around the island.
We didn't burn it though; we took it away instead.
We lunched at sea-level and I enjoyed a superb, home-made, summer fruit and white chocolate scone, courtesy of NCS.