The Big Dig, 10am, Saturday 27th March 2010 - (Hornsey Park Community Garden) - See you there?

The ground has been marked out ready for a start to be made. We need one big effort tomorrow - it is not safe for individuals to work on it so we must get the ground ready in one go, in time for the new topsoil to be delivered next week. If we get off to a flying start, things will really start to happen.

Please come along and give whatever time you can to this exciting first step.

Refreshments provided. Toilet and washing facilities nearby.

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