Having had a break over the Christmas/January period, it is time to make some further progress on the restoration of Queens Park with our first working bee for 2020. This will be on Saturday 22 February at 10 am. Meet as usual at the top of the Park Street steps.
Morning tea will be provided – contributions are welcome. I hope to see you there, Peter
Tentative dates for working bees for the remainder of the year for your diary are:
Saturday 22 February, Sunday 15 March, Saturday 4 April, Sunday 17 May, Saturday 13 June, Sunday 5 July, Saturday 15 August, Sunday 13 September, Saturday 10 October, Sunday 8 November, Saturday 5 December.
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