Sunday, 27 April 2014

Planting An Idea

Some of the Worcester Park Station Volunteers: Simon Densley (a.k.a. Me),
Nick Baum, Georgia Baum, Stephen Payne and Maria Mar
If you will be heading into the city on the train tomorrow morning, hopefully you might notice that the sloping bank next to the station steps has had a bit of a tidy up over the weekend. The Worcester Park Station Volunteers were back this morning; weeding, tidying up and planting a few more shrubs in the little garden there.

Almost a full bin bag of litter was removed from the small area as well as a very large pile of weeds. Only five of us showed up this time but we are hoping to do it again in around six weeks and hopefully more people will join us then. It all started just before 9:00am and we had finished by 10:30 - so it certainly won't take a huge chunk out of your day if you do decide to come and help.

It's great to see how much better the area looks now compared to a few years ago.

Update (29th April)

Here is a photo which Nick Baum (the organiser) took before all the work began all those years ago now!

As Nick says:
"Amazing to see how bad it looked – note the amount of old bottles there were!Makes you realise how much it has changed."



Promoted by Ranulph Murray, on behalf of Sutton Borough Conservatives Federation, both of 2a Sutton Court Road, Sutton, SM1 4SY

4 COMMENTS (Add Yours Now!):

cogarch said...

Thank you -- I'm sure I'm not the only one to appreciate your good work.

Nichu said...

Well done volunteers. The garden looks really nice. Will try to come along next time.

Spud said...

Wonderful. Love all this community stuff. Will definitely try to join next time.

May Greenfingers said...

Great job! I would like to help next time, please let us know in advance.

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