Letter to the editor: gardeners needed

THE Frascati Community Garden is up and running and the committee is now looking to expand its volunteer base. We have many different projects coming up over the next year – something for everybody.  This includes fencing and starting up the food garden on the flats, weeding on the bank below Frascati House to find long lost path-ways that need protecting, maintaining and improving the heritage-registered hawthorn hedge, and removing weeds along the Lachlan River before planting native species from locally gathered seeds.

Please get in touch with us if you would like to work in some capacity over the next year on this exciting community project, which we are convinced will over the years become a valuable community asset enjoyed by locals and visitors alike. There are no minimum hours required, but we do need to know names of upcoming volunteers, so we can comply with the council’s insurance obligations.

If you are interested I would like to put your name forward. The council is meeting next week and needs to OK all the names. This is just a formality but we have to go through this process. If you are keen please tell me ASAP – you are not committed to coming to any meetings, or working any particular amount of hours – just when you can and feel like it! We look forward to hearing from you.

President, Friends of Frascati Community Garden

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