More footpath work carried out by Seeds4Success

17th July 2018, 2:26pm | By stephenharris |

The youth organisation, Seeds4Success, have been busy in the last few months carrying out footpath work in Zeals, Fovant Down, Barford St. Martin, Alvediston, Tisbury and Hill Deverill – the young people do a marvellous job and work very hard. They also supported Mere Church Fete, putting up stalls and serving refreshments. They had their own stall selling bird boxes and bug hotels and are busy preparing for forthcoming sales and looking forwards to Christmas sales events locally. The sales help to fund their activities. If you have any spare pine cones or old bamboo canes for using in their bug hotels, or if anyone wants to help fund the charity, please contact Jaki Farrell, the Charity Manager, at jaki@seeds4success.org.uk.

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