Getting the track clear.

Warmer spring weather is the perfect time to put on your gloves and sturdy boots and join us at our working bees.

BYO gloves and hat.  We provide tools and morning tea.

Meeting point changes from time to time to its best to touch base beforehand by contacting either Margie 0409 216 251 or Anne Tamblyn 0411 866 643.

Dates for the next working bees:

For the time being, all working bees have been postponed due to the Corona Virus.  We will keep you posted and let you know when they resume.  Stay fit and well everyone!

For more information, please contact Margie on 0409 216251 or by email to friends@cornishhilldaylesford.com.au.

 

A well earned morning tea.

 

Weeding around plants.

 


 

After brush cutting and raking out the debris on Smith Creek

So why not become a volunteer?

• It’s fun and good exercise and you get to meet people and make friends
• Learn more about native plants and wild life
• Help save a piece of Daylesford’s history
• Do something for the environment
AND besides we always serve good coffee and cake at working bees and events!!!

The Friends profile is forever being enhanced by the different skills each member brings. As a group we are open to different ideas and relish creativity. You may have a skill you would like to offer and it does not need to be of the manual labour variety. Maybe you are a whizz with a camera and would like to create a wild flower album, perhaps history is your interest, maybe website maintenance. We don’t know until you tell us so please email to friends@cornishhilldaylesford.com or check us out on Facebook.

The team gather at the April Working Bee.

 

A working bee cuppa

 

‘Liz and Judy doing their bit cutting and painting broom and gorse with Vigilant’

 


OUR @ UNSUNG HERO VOLUNTEERS

 

Ivon Watt, a whizz with a brush-cutter who has single handedly made sure that gorse and broom along the entire Smiths creek corridor has been cut down.

 

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Vale Murray Winter, aka Muzza. A great weed warrior!