High Street, behind Methodist Church
Conference Room, HVH
By Haddenham Webteam - 23rd April 2020 4:00pm
Regarding potential concerns over Hemlock in Green Lane:
The Parish Council and Robyn Thorogood have been keeping a close eye on this matter.
Robyn has been checking regularly and, with help from others in March, manually removed any Hemlock he spotted growing.
He checked and reported back in the last few days that it looked clear. In the meantime, he has been planting Bluebells and Grape Hyacinth in various locations.
All this is voluntary work, for which we are very grateful.
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