Today Monday 11th July, four members of the Bruecrew spent several hours pulling up the Himalayan Balsam that lines the river bank. They concentrated on the part of the river directly up stream from the road bridge opposite to the church in Bruton. As far as can be seen, there is no further evidence of this invasive weed. Whilst some may say “it looks nice with its flowers” it is highly invasive and if left unchecked will smother all native plants. Another bash is to be planned down river from the bridge where the water can be much deeper. Many thanks go to Peter for organising and help from John, Dave and Graham.