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Henbury, Cheshire

Winter Working Party on the Green. Saturday February 8th at 10 am.

Do come and help us if you can with some tidying up jobs on Henbury Millennium Green as spring approaches . We will be mainly focused on:
o Fence mending
o Pruning overhanging trees
o Cleaning the bonfire site.
o Planting trees and hedgerow saplings
o Cleaning the benches.

Old clothes, stout footwear and a pair of gardening gloves are recommended and if you have any tools that you think would help you to do any of the above jobs, please bring them with you.

We aim to start at 10.00, the finish time will depend on how well we get on with the jobs -- many hands make light work!

Please e mail us at editor@henbury.org if you are planning to come and help, or just turn up. All ages welcome ( children must be supervised)

Thanks in advance from the Trustees of Henbury Millennium Green. We look forward to seeing you on the 8th

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