By Suzie Warren - 19th October 2019 6:09am
Sunday is ADAS planting day
Last Sunday saw ADAS volunteers finishing the rip-out of Summer bedding. We finished in (probably) record time due to the large turn-out, which was much appreciated given the wetness of the day -- even with the wetness smiling faces were spotted. Pretty sure I have never spotted a grumpy ADAS volunteer- yet.
Call out for planting this weekend is Sunday 20 Oct at 0930hrs -- meet in the Lord Combermere car-park with trowels, trugs and wheelbarrows to hand. Coffee and chocolate will be provided at half-time ... oops, still in RWC mode there.
You may have spotted two ADAS chaps up a tree at Windmill Drive on Wednesday evening. Can you believe Christmas tree lights are already going up!
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