Monday, August 1, 2022

Thorp Bush Motueka


Working Bee at Thorp Bush Motueka

The ‘Keep Motueka Beautiful’ group have had a working bee

The ‘Keep Motueka Beautiful’ group had a very successful working bee at Thorp Bush on Saturday 23rd July.  

Fifteen volunteers worked very hard and planted, jacketed and mulched over 250 plants in the old vehicle turning circle  where the asphalt driveway has been removed.  

The weather was fine and it wasn't too muddy after a lot of rain for these hard workers. 

These volunteers planted over 150 plants

The photos show the before and after.  The ‘Keep Motueka Beautiful’ group thanked everyone who was involved.

We have been advised that the other side of the path is still waterlogged and it will be at least 2 weeks before the hard working group have another working bee. 


Saturday 13th August may be a possibility, Keep a watch out on Facebook.

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