Could you help volunteers to clean up Congresbury?

PUBLISHED: 15:00 06 February 2017

Blooming Congresbury improved Broad Street last year - can you help them in 2017?

Blooming Congresbury improved Broad Street last year - can you help them in 2017?


People in Congresbury are being encouraged to play their part in making their village attractive during two community clean-up days.

The Blooming Congresbury group is working to improve the village’s appearance, and last year it worked tirelessly to improve Broad Street.

This year, it says its aim will be on improving the Geoffrey Peacock memorial garden and it needs people to help out at a replanting day, which will begin at 9.30am on March 17. A village clean-up is also planned for May 18.

Contact the parish council on 01934 838802 for details.

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