Grass cutting and tidy up at Knighton-on-Teme

Volunteers tidy up outside Knighton-on-Teme Parish Room. Leighton Bradley strims one of the overgrown area outside the Parish Room while his wife Mary rakes up the cut grass. (7904038)

Volunteers tidy up outside Knighton-on-Teme Parish Room. Sandra Parkes rakes up the long grass cut outside the Parish Room by Sheila Bragger (7904050)

Volunteers tidy up outside Knighton-on-Teme Parish Room. Helpers with their gardening equipment line up outside the Parish Room: Leighton and Mary Bradley, Jane Hogan, Sheila Bragger, Sandra Parkes and Ivan Willetts (7904073)

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VILLAGERS in the Teme Valley gave up time for a spot of communal gardening.

People living in Knighton-on-Teme came together for a grass cutting and tidy up session around the Parish Hall.

They used mowers, strimmers and other cutting equipment to tackle overgrown areas and then removed the waste.

With the most vigorous part of the growing season here now it should mean that the communal area looks good for the rest of the summer.

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