Clean-up of signs at entrance of Sandon village in Essex

Plymouth Brethren

Saturday 12th April 2014 saw a small number of dedicated and hard-working RRT members come together at the entrance of the Sandon village on the Woodhill road (on the east of the A12). The volunteers meticulously cleaned the white slatted fencing and signage above as well as cutting back and pruning the adjacent shrubbery. Additional tidying up and making good  to the grass areas adjacent to the entrance, as well as weeding around the base of the signage, was carried out at the same time….


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3 thoughts on “Clean-up of signs at entrance of Sandon village in Essex”

  1. Snazzy Phil says:

    worked hard i guess – WOW!!!!!

  2. SBD says:

    You bunch of legends, makes me feel homesick, make sure you sort out the Howe Green signs before we come back too! 🙂

  3. Granny says:

    Wow! What a difference! I bet the residents are pleased with the way the signs look now. I often feel like doing this myself when I see neglected signs, especially those connected with safety. Keep on doing this sort of thing RRTs everywhere – and the country will be a better, cleaner, tidier, safer place.

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