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Volunteers needed to help out in Slough Borough Council's parks

Volunteers are needed to help out in the borough’s parks and open spaces.

Planting beds, removing weeds, clearing litter and branches from grass and pathways, repairing ponds and building new pathways are just some of the activities people can help with.

Cllr Rob Anderson, (Lab, Britwell and Northborough) cabinet member for environment and leisure, said: “We are very lucky to have so many parks and open spaces in the borough, and they are there for all residents to enjoy and be proud of.

“It takes a huge amount of time and effort to keep our parks in top condition, which is why our volunteers are so important to us. If you have any spare time and are interested in helping us please do get in touch, we would love to hear from you.”

To volunteer your time, email parks@slough.gov.uk or call 01753 875514.

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  • be_ transparent

    09:09, 11 February 2018

    How can Labour hit out against zero hour contracts (insecure paid work) and then turn around and advocate totally unpaid work when it suits them ? Isn't this just the Council trying to save money to make up for the hundreds of thousands of pounds its already spent on executive payoffs ?

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