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Following on from our first clear-up of the year, which we did in March -- we're asking for a regroup to cut-back two grass triangles. Oh how we love a grass triangle cut-back, so we thought why not do two!

We're looking for volunteers to help this Saturday, 13 April, from 0930 to approx. 1130hrs, to cut-back and make good triangles at Whitchurch side of Green Lane and the one opposite on Tollgate. With much thanks to Jonathan Taylor we will have a trailer to load all the debris into, which should (!) make for a much easier job for us all.

Please bring wheelbarrows, bags, spades, brushes -- but, most importantly, yourselves and. All volunteers much appreciated, as always.

Please meet at Tollgate entrance at 0930hrs on Saturday 13 April.

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