Annual Village Clean-up 8th June

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Please don't forget the village clean-up!

The weather forecast doesn't look too bad — hopefully dry!

The Annual Village Clean-up (organised by the Henbury Society) is scheduled for Saturday 8th June, and we are hoping for as many volunteers as possible. All are welcome — young and old!

  • The meeting point is the Church car park from 9:30 onwards and we like to finish at lunch time.
  • All equipment will be provided, including gloves, bin bags, litter pickers, high-viz jackets.
  • Sometimes people bring wheelbarrows, or spades etc which is always useful, but not essential.
  • Just turn up on the day.

For any queries contact Trevor Newton from the Henbury Society.
Mobile: 07981 903787
Email: trevor.newton@bentley.co.uk

Besides giving the village a spring spruce-up, you get to meet and spend time with others who care about our village. Why not give it a go? It's a great way to contribute to our community, get some fresh air and feel you've done something good!

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