Wednesday, 13 May 2015

A painting and hedge tidying day

By Rob Westlake, 13th May 2015: 
A painting and hedge tidying day: 5 volunteers spent the first hour tidying the area underneath and around the laurel hedge, removing giant brambles and undergrowth gone wild, and also trimming back the hedge bordering the car park to the Spice of Bruerne restaurant. Then it was out with the paint and brushes to give the edges of Lock 14 a new coat of white, also the ends of the lock beams – whilst making sure boating traffic and visitors stayed free of paint!  

A good tidy up of the garden outside the Museum concluded the day’s tasks.

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