Work On the Green to Extend the Hardstanding
Dear Henbury Residents and Visitors to Henbury Millennium Green,
On Monday September 10th ground works will commence to extend the hardstanding area near the gate of the Millennium Green so that we can accommodate the catering trailer at the Annual Bonfire without damaging the field surface with the deep wheel tracks we have experienced in the past. This means there will be an excavator and dumper truck at work moving earth and laying stone.
So for safety reasons it is essential that we close the Green on Monday September 10th and, Tuesday the 11th if necessary.
We're sorry for any inconvenience caused but the work is necessary to avoid damage on other areas of the Green in future.
We thank you for your understanding and look forward to welcoming you again when the work is over.
Henbury Millennium Green Trust
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