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Volunteers wanted to help clean park
Michelle has been helping to improve the appearance of the park after she planted some wild flower seeds, donated by Gerry Devaney from South Lanarkshire Council, which will hopefully flower in the next few weeks.
Another recent improvement in the park has seen an open hole which was missing a manhole cover being replaced, and at present the council are set to investigate a path that disappears into dirt, and Michelle hopes this will soon be attended to.
Michelle hopes that the volunteers will make a big difference this weekend.
She said: “There’s a lot of crisp packets and drinks cans that have got stuck in the undergrowth, and been there for years.
“We’re looking to remove these and give the place a good, proper clean up.
“Once that’s been done, the council will be able to give a good assessment of the park and build on what’s there.
“We’ll have South Lanarkshire countryside rangers along on the day, while the council will be providing us with litter pickers and black bags to put the rubbish in.
“I’ve spoken with some local Cubs, so I hope they are able to come along on the day. Anyone who wants to help will be made very welcome.”
Contact Michelle at mishafarmer@live. com for further details.
Working hard Michelle Farmer has worked hard at Holmhills Park
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