Estate Maintenance

Running a (Community) estate takes some effort – administrative and practical; and each time we take on a new project, a little more of each is required. In addition, periodic maintenance is then necessary to ensure that everything is kept at the desired level and quality.

This means that, here in Keose Glebe, voluntary effort is required to, for example, cut grass, clean and bail boats, check moorings, paint walls, dig and replant flowerbeds, check trees, kill weeds, mend roads, clean offices; service vehicles and equipment, and more.

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Village Odd Job Night

We plan on having a village odd job night this Friday evening, 29th June.

Any extra hands to help with painting picnic benches, watering trees, erecting a road bollard and donation box and general clean up would be greatly appreciated.

Meet up is planned for 6pm at Keose Glebe fank.

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