Volunteers of Bitou Busters Hawks Nest & Tea Gardens brave the first weeding session

Ann Woods, Peter Madden, Jill Madden (co-ordinator), Ian Morphett, Gwenda Collins, Adele Richie, Judy Hughes, Peter Collins and Michael Richie.
Ann Woods, Peter Madden, Jill Madden (co-ordinator), Ian Morphett, Gwenda Collins, Adele Richie, Judy Hughes, Peter Collins and Michael Richie.

 

TEN Bitou Busters of Hawks Nest & Tea Gardens turned up on a very hot day with swarms of mosquitoes for the first weeding session of the year.

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They worked on the area at the end of Sanderling Avenue, Hawks Nest tackling the bitou bush regrowth and asparagus where there are many other noxious weeds and general rubbish for the Bitou Busters to keep working on all this year.

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