It’s time to revisit our plantings from the last few years and give them a helping hand by pulling weeds that are in competition with our native plants.
Be quick! There are only 20 spots available each day.
- Saturday 4th September
- Saturday 11th September
- Sunday 19th September
We may open more dates in October so keep an eye out!
What to bring
- Clothing appropriate for the weather (rain and sun protection)
- Water, lunch and snacks
- Weeding tools (long-handled tools to use whilst standing are best)
Note: Please bring your own weeding tools from home.
This event will be run within COVID-safe guidelines, so please remember to check-in with our QR code or manual sign-in sheet and maintain social distancing during the day.
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