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The Friends of Broomfield Park will be having a 'green workout' at the wildflower meadow for the next two Thursday mornings from 10 till 12 noon. . . . in other words, we need your help to lay and secure a weed suppressing membrane to keep the thistles under control!

fobp working on wildflower meadow in broomfield parkWinter work in the Wildflower Meadow

wild patch - photographed in broomfield park by Marios IacovouThe wildflower meadow in summer (photo by Marios Iacovou)

The two sessions will be on Thursday 23rd November and Thursday 30th November.

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