The Midhurst Green Volunteers do it again!

The Midhurst Green Volunteers were back in Easebourne this morning, Saturday 6th June, this time moving further up the footpath heading north towards Budgenor Lodge, cutting, strimming, sweeping and clearing.

A great turn out from the Midhurst based team of volunteers but this time a disappointing 2 from Easebourne. Come on Easebourne, we can do better than that! It counts as your exercise for the day, it’s outdoors, it’s socially distant and there’s free cake!

The schedule for the next few months is now available on the link below, so PLEASE take a look and see if you can find just a couple of hours in your diary to come and support this amazing initiative to make YOUR community a smarter place.  As we’ve said before, if we can’t bring in our own village volunteers to help with our clean-ups and help in Midhurst too, then sadly this collaboration won’t continue. West Sussex County Council will unfortunately not carry out the type of clearance that the volunteers do, so sitting back and waiting for someone else to make that path easier to walk down or cut back those brambles is sadly not an option!

Please tell your neighbours, ask your friends and volunteer! You only need to bring your own gloves, all other equipment is provided and social distancing can be maintained throughout the sessions.

The next session is Saturday 27th June, meeting opposite Ryarsh Cars from 8am to work on High Path.

Midhurst Green Volunteers Diary May to June 2020

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