Woodlanders Working Party,  Saturday 10 March @ 9:30am

Woodlanders Working Party, Saturday 10 March @ 9:30am

Meet at Pares Woodland Garden at the top of the hill ( Hill Close / Pares Close) and behind the Scout HQ.

Help please! We need lots of volunteers to shift a pile of woodchippings on to the footpaths in Pares Woodland Garden.

We are also using silver birch and pine poles to redefine the edges of the paths and securing with stakes.

Lighter work includes raking the woodchippings and cutting back holly.

Useful tools include wheelbarrows, axes, saws, mallets, secateurs, shears, loppers, shovels, rakes.

There will be coffee and cake!
10 Mar 2018 at 9:30am
until 10 Mar 2018 at 12:30pm

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