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Hedge planting this weekend

Don't forget — you have a chance to get out in the fresh air AND contribute to our beautiful local environment this weekend, by taking part in hedge planting organised by Henbury Parish Councillor Simon Browne at Capesthorne estate.

As the event had to be cancelled last weekend due to the weather, there's plenty to be done this weekend, and it may continue on Sunday. Families welcome and you can join in for as little or as long as you want.

Please contact Simon Browne on 01625 267824, 07990 542516 or via sbrowne@tesco.net, for full details.

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