Volunteers get stuck into seed-sowing session along Melbourn to Shepreth cycle path
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More than 60 helpers have volunteered to sow wildflower seeds on the verge next to the new Melbourn to Shepreth cycle path – and more help is needed today!
The A10 Corridor Cycle campaigners, led by Susan van de Ven, were thrilled to see the path open – and now have had two ‘wonderfully successful’ working parties help to scatter seeds along the route thanks to a grant from the TTP Group.
Orwell Scouts, Cubs, Melbourn Village College Duke of Edinburgh volunteers and many others including Melbourn-to-Royston work commuters have all got stuck in to support the campaign’s mission to get funding for the final link.
Susan said: “We have benefitted from donations of high-vis gear from Skanska and six rakes from Manit for the children taking part.”
The working party will take place this afternoon from 1.30pm to 3.30pm.
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All are welcome along, bring a rake if possible and meet at the path just south of the Phillimore Garden Centre.
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