More tea, Vicar?

8 Goodgymers helped their local community in Richmond
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Richmond

Saturday 11th November 2023

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It was the second task of the day for much of the group, who had been lopping and raking their way round Ham Lands in the morning, so we were very grateful when the vicar asked if we’d like a cup of tea while we worked.

We didn’t quite beat the kettle, but it was a fairly quick task planting geraniums at the base of the war memorial and weeding the paths to leave it all looking much tidier for the Remembrance Sunday services the following day.

When the tea arrived, we were almost finished but it was just the boost we needed to get us to the end as the weather got increasingly chilly. And of course, the biscuits were a very welcome bonus.


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War memorial and gardens for wildlife habitat and community use

Restoring the WWI and WWII War memorial and rennovating the surrounding gardens for wildlife habitat and community use.

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Kash

Sat 11th Nov 2023 at 7:55pm

All good winter tasks should come with a hot beverage. Well done for the vicar!