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Volunteers look to help clean up the Heritage Triangle

Sheila King, project manager and trustee David Case walk round part of the Diss Heritage Triangle. Picture by: Sonya Duncan

Sheila King, project manager and trustee David Case walk round part of the Diss Heritage Triangle. Picture by: Sonya Duncan

Volunteers will be coming together this weekend, Sunday, September 23, to tend to the flowers and plants in Diss.

Market Hill in the Heritage Triangle. Picture by: Sonya DuncanMarket Hill in the Heritage Triangle. Picture by: Sonya Duncan

After the hot weather in August, the volunteers will be pruning the planters in the Heritage Triangle, tidying the triangle and do gardening work to the Mere wildlife gardens next to the walkway.

Heritage Triangle programme manager, Sheila Moss King, said: “We’ve got a whole list of jobs to do, requiring different levels of fitness and ability, so there really is something for everyone to do.

“If anyone could spare an hour or two to help spruce up the Triangle that would be fantastic.”

Volunteers are asked to bring along any tools of use such as: trowels, brushes, forks, spades and wheelbarrows.

They will be meeting from 10am onwards, with work expected to continue until around 3.30pm, behind the Diss Town Council office on Market Hill.

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