Volunteers spruce up Jealotts Hill landshareBy Victoria Smith
February 10, 2012
Volunteers donned woolly hats and gloves to brave the chilly weather and spruce up a community landshare.
The Jealott’s Hill Community Landshare opened its gates on Saturday, February 4, to get volunteers involved in pruning and bramble-clearing to rejuvenate the vineyard.
The project is being run by Bracknell Forest Homes, Bracknell Voluntary Action, Bracknell Town Council and Warfield Parish Council on the six-acre site.
Volunteers turn out at Jealott's Hill landshare
The land was donated on a lease by Syngenta and is being used for community benefits so people can share skills and grow fruit and vegetables.
To find out about volunteering, call project manager David Putt on (01344) 382 926 or visit www.bracknellforesthomes.org.uk