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Orchard Work Party

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Spring is here, and so are the weeds and the long grass!

So we're going to have a Spring tidy up of the orchard on Saturday 8th April from 10am -12noon.

Meet in the orchard via the Townsend Green entrance.

The jobs will include weeding, cutting back long grass and nettles and raking up the cuttings. We can supply some tools and gloves but if you have a trowel/hand fork/secateurs/long handled lawn shears and your own gloves then please bring them along.

Refreshments will be provided.

If you can definitely come please contact Diccon Proctor
Email: communityorchard.haddenham@gmail.com
or
Tel: 292864.

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