Webteam: November 2016
It was a bright dry morning.
The request from Barugh was for grass cutting win their car park which had been fenced off for a year due to planned road widening.
The area was just wild, but with a small number of helpers from four of the North West chapels and Minister Kristin all armed with strimmers, shears, rakes etc. three quarters of the area was made usable.
Refreshments were supplied and as it was armistice day the group stood and remembered in the church at 11:00.
Hopefully cars parking on the cleared area will flatten the mole hills discovered in the grass.
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