For this week only, 29th June to 3rd July, heavy working horses will be working in Warren Glen. They will be pulling a heavy roller to bash and bruise areas of bracken in the Glen. Enlisting the help of working horses to pull heavy rollers to bash and bruise the bracken is an effective, traditional and low impact method of reducing the vigour and growth of bracken in hard to reach areas and avoids the use of chemicals. Frankie Woodgate and her forestry horses, 13 year old ‘Yser’ and 9 year old ‘Tobias’ will be on site at Warren Glen from the 29 June for around 5 days. They spend most of the year extracting timber from woods around Sussex and Kent but spend the summer rolling bracken. Everyone is welcome to come along and see the horses at work in this unique natural environment.