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Volunteer Manager of Snakemoor, Robyn Thorogood, is looking for some assistance please.

He writes:

To all who can help on a weekday.

I need a small workgroup on the morning of Thursday 24th July. Michael plans to cut the meadow on the Tuesday (22nd July) and then remove cuttings from the meadow on the Thursday. This plan is subject to drying weather between. Some help will be needed to help Michael 'tractor rake' the cuttings. Other clearing and lopping jobs are needed also.

We will start at 10.00am. Please come if you can.

I will be at Snakemoor in the Tuesday 22nd if you care to come down and do some of the necessary jobs.

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