post Working Bee & Feast at the Chapel

April 17th, 2008

Filed under: Events,Greening Copley,Your Stories — newseditor @ 12:59 pm

Posted by Carrie Ann


You are invited to a working bee and delicious feast and fire at the chapel this Sunday 20th April. Activities include getting trailer loads of gravel, sand, shale and poo; tree planting; pathmaking; trellising and weeding. Bring spades, pliers etc and a trailer if you’ve got one.

Carrie Ann the pregnant woman is nesting, gardener style!

Come and enjoy the feast.


  1. stobie pole undercoating happening too, so make a day of it eh!!! lets all get involved in creating beautiful spaces and colour around us, both in our own spaces, in the streets and in the land. We are a community and this is what it is all about…helping our friends and neighbours with endeavours and the realisation of dreams.

    Comment by di — April 17, 2008 @ 1:38 pm

  2. the working bee was a success. a little bit of help goes a long way! and there will be the rewards of carrie ann’s vegetable seedlings and saplings to look forward to. good work!

    Comment by newseditor — April 20, 2008 @ 7:10 pm

  3. we did have a good day, and although I couldn’t do much, the little or lots we all did, when put together became a huge difference. Thank you Carrie Anne for the fresh and tasty food served for lunch. We all shared our ideas and knowledge, discussed water, growing things and dreams and plans for the future of gardens in Copley. Thanx to Jaws and Anne-Maree for the trailer and heavy work. Can you imagine if the whole town had this attitude of helping their neighbours with their gardens….Copley would be green all over in no time at all. Thank you for the plants….just love white cedar trees…I will make sure I don’t plant them near the septic.

    Comment by di — April 20, 2008 @ 7:53 pm

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