Many thanks are due to the Friends of Saron volunteers who turned out for last Saturday’s Volunteer Day. The small dedicated team worked with only a few short breaks from 10.00am until they were forced to stop by the failing light at around 5.00pm. The very noticeable improvement which this has made pays credit to the hard effort which had been put in. Well done to Tommy, Steve E., Simon, Steve C., Sheila, Phil, Andrew and Jake from Keep Wales Tidy for everything they did to make this event so successful.
The day’s work included removal of tree branches and other woody material which was hampering the progress of other improvement work.
The next blog to be posted will, in addition to other things, contain information about grave improvement work which was also carried out during this volunteer day.
Friends of Saron are grateful for the support and thanks they are receiving from residents and others and remain determined to complete the rescue of Saron Graveyard from the deplorable condition it had been allowed to fall into. This will require those having the necessary power and influence to help us to obtain essential funding and to ensure that this project will leave a lasting legacy.