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Bramley: War grave volunteers continue their socially distanced work

A handful of regular volunteers will hold their first regular war graves clean up of 2021 at Bramley Baptist Churchyard tomorrow, Wednesday 24 January.

Volunteer Ian Johnstone said the clean-up wouldn’t be open to the public due to the ongoing pandemic. He said:

“Over the past couple of months regular sessions were suspended but some of our volunteers have tended the War Graves and done litter picks of the churchyard. The refuse bins have also been emptied.

“We would normally welcome new volunteers to come and join us, but at this time we feel this wouldn’t be appropriate. Under the current restrictions our regular volunteers know their various duties which they can carry out socially distanced.

“We hope we can, possibly in the next 3-4 months, once again welcome new volunteers to come and join our friendly group.”

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