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Green-fingered volunteers wanted

Homelands Trust-Fife is looking for volunteers to maintain the gardens and grounds.

Homelands Trust-Fife is looking for volunteers to maintain the gardens and grounds.

Just a week after a hugely successful open weekend, Homelands Trust-Fife is now looking for budding gardening enthusiasts to help maintain its garden and grounds.

The local charity has built four new specially designed holiday cottages and an information centre on the site at Lundin Links which was left to the MS Society in Fife by Miss Isobel Paxton.

They will welcome guests later this month, while the centre will open in autumn.

Mike Teevan, chairman, said: “Now that contractors, Campion Homes, have handed over the site to the Trustees, the work begins to keep it looking good. We’ll need a dedicated band of volunteers to help us achieve that.”

The Trust recently held two very successful open days, where over 120 people visited to see the new facility.

Feedback was very positive and there was much praise for the high standard of workmanship on show, with many stating it was of “five star” quality.

Anyone with a few hours to spare on a regular basis is asked to call (01333) 320864 to register interest.

Donations of unused or surplus gardening tools in good condition would also be most welcome. They can be dropped off at the Paxton Centre between 9.00a.m. and 5.00p.m. Monday to Friday or call (01333) 320864 to arrange collection.

 

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