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Hands off the Children's Garden

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Help us save the Children's Garden from a Council Takeover 

Glasgow City Council have just written to us demanding that by the end of April only 4 days away: we chop down our willow tunnel. That we remove all fruit trees (despite them just coming into blossom) That Land Services are going to take over two of our lovely raised beds - despite us having paid for them and all the plants in them. 

 Please contact your councillor, MSP, newspaper, and anyone else you can think of - and please please - sign this petition, and get your friends to sign it. And please come up to the garden this weekend to show your support. 948258612537757.png?r=0.6351886470802128
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Now after ten years of hard work by many volunteers and of course, children, the council wish to take it away from us. We want your help to continue developing for the next ten years. Please help us. John@weegarden.co.uk
www.weegarden.co.uk

Sponsor

John Hancox Chair of the Children's Garden

Links

www.weegarden.co.uk 
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  • Miranda Jean Walsh
    Miranda Jean Walsh United Kingdom, Glasgow
    Aug 23, 2015
    Aug 23, 2015
    What are the council thinking?! People made this, not them. They have no right to bully their way in to a perfectly peaceful community project.
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