She is rather an elegant goose with a beigy, almost pink head and neck that shows somewhere in her line someone mated with a greylag goose.
Satisfied for now, she came over for some food, still with a bit of down on her beak.
Then to the third - under the hawthorn tree at Greenhill a white goose and her mate appeared to be doing the same thing, hollowing out a nest and lining it with down from her underbelly. For now I have dubbed her WG3 for ease. I'm not sure how safe this nest will be as a lot of dog owners let their dogs run free around that area. One guy I asked to keep his dogs on leads assured me the dogs wouldn't harm them - tell that to the geese I say. Maybe tomorrow there will be eggs in both.