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On Tuesday 28th January, Ernie Pusey and David Rankin will be joining Robyn Thorogood to prune fruit trees and cut down other unwanted tree branches at Snakemoor. Robyn would welcome about three more volunteers to help drag cut timber to wood piles and probably carry out other practical tasks, please.

We the work period is likely to go past lunchtime, Chris Thorogood will bring soup.

The possibility of any folk who are not in gainful employment offering to help would be much appreciated.

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