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By Graham Russell - 10th August 2015 11:41am
The SUMBA volunteer group really needs any addition help it can get, at this Saturday's Work Party, in order that they can successfully complete all their planned projects.
Please contact Graham Russell by email on Ggtr@btinternet.com if you can help for all, or even just part of the day.
Programme of works:
Saturday August 15th
Meet at — Cholmondeston Lock @ 9:30am
Please leave vehicles in Venetian Marina's car park and walk to the lock
There is something for everyone and all abilities to do, including —
1). Installing a disabled access picnic table on an existing concrete base by the brick hut.
2). Building two BBQ concrete bases adjacent to the existing picnic tables.
3). Painting five BBQs.
4). Installing three BBQs on concrete bases.
5). Tidying up vegetation behind concrete base adjacent to brick hut.
6). Clearing out and tidying up the inside of the brick hut.
7). Installing a spring on the small gate to the road.
8). Rebuild broken concrete slope at footbridge — trip hazard.
9). Spraying weeds that contractors missed, especially the block paving.
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