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The amazing Midhurst Volunteers are back in Easebourne this coming Saturday, 7th November, once again tackling the infamous High Path! This often used route to Midhurst will be getting a trim, a tidy and a sweep.. and we’d love some extra pairs of hands.
Meeting at the Northern end, at the entrance to the Rother sports field, come along from 8am until around 10am. All equipment provided but please bring your own gloves. The long term forecast is for good weather and the team will be spread along the path, working at appropriate distances from each other.
We’re incredibly lucky that this dedicated team of volunteers, most of whom don’t even live in the village, come back time and time again to make where we live a cleaner, tidier place. Please show them some support and come along to lend a hand.
We’re now looking for our next Easebourne Star and are asking for nominations.
If you want to put someone forward let us know by Friday 9 October. Simply send an email to email@example.com with the following information:
The Midhurst Green Volunteers were in the village again this Saturday, tidying along the bridge between Midhurst and Easebourne and continuing up Dodsley Lane and Easebourne Lane. In particular the overgrown brambles behind the wall near the roundabout received a harsh cut back! We hope you agree it’s a huge improvement!
Remember to keep an eye on their schedule of activity and please feel free to join any of the future sessions, in Midhurst or Easebourne.
The Green Volunteers will be back in our neck of the woods this Saturday, 26th September from 8am until 10am, working on North Mill Bridge and into Dodsley Lane.
Meet just near MRC, as usual, all equipment provided, just bring along a pair of gloves and your enthusiasm!
The latest schedule for the Midhurst Green volunteers is now available, showing dates and locations until the end of the year. There are lots of dates programmed in for Easebourne so please show your support and join some of these sessions to help smarten up YOUR Parish.
The team are a friendly bunch, all equipment is provided, social distancing is adhered to and all you need to do is bring your own gardening gloves!
Yesterday, Saturday 12th Sept we managed to increase our village volunteers from 2 to 3 – a great effort – but we were still seriously outnumbered by Midhurst volunteers, with an amazing 8 residents turning out to help US. Please consider joining this important work in our Parish, or if you can’t help, please spread the word and do your bit to encourage those who can.