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Phase two of the hedge and tree planting to the western side of Ballysaggart village commenced on Saturday last. Once again we must say a huge 'thank you' to all the land owners and volunteers who turned out to both assist with the preparation and planting and also the ladies who provided and served lunch.
Planting will continue for the next three Saturdays: the remainder of the hedging plants Saturday 13th April followed by the 70 trees on Saturdays 20th and 27th. All volunteer planters are requested to meet at the centre of the village from 9.30am and the ladies to meet at 12.30 at the Old School House community centre to serve lunch.
So, let's pray the good dry weather continues for the completion of this phase of the planting. The next meeting is to be arranged.
CAR BOOT SALE
Reminder of our car boot sale on this Sunday (14th April) commencing at 11am at the Old School House, refreshments will also be available. Once again we kindly call upon all our volunteer bakers, all donations gratefully received.
Funds raised from this event will be added to the Old School House Community Centre Restoration Fund.
Everyone welcome so please come along and enjoy time with your friends and neighbours whilst supporting this very worthwhile community cause.
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