Busy Bee – 10 March, 8-10am

Our next Busy Bee is scheduled for 10 March (8-10am) which ties in the Council verge collection.  We are hoping to see as many there as possible as it has been quite a while since our last one. Morning tea will be provided as usual so if you can, please stay for a chat.

St Luke’s Community Garden Committee 

Busy Bee – 27 October, 8-10am

Our next Busy Bee is scheduled for 27 October (8-10am) which ties in the Council verge collection.  We are hoping to see as many there as possible as it has been quite a while since our last one. Morning tea will be provided as usual so if you can, please stay for a chat.

Bedholders, now that spring is here, in view of your 12 hours annual obligation to communal areas, please check the shed blackboard for jobs to do and remember to put your hours in the diary.  Also, the reticulation will be turned on when the rain stops and a message will be placed on the shed blackboard when this happens to let you know.

Thank you and wishing you happy spring gardening.

St Luke’s Community Garden Committee 

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Have you ever found yourself facing your recycling bin, completely befuddled about whether or not you can put a particular item in it? You’re not alone. According to Planet Ark, nearly half of Australians find recycling confusing. The Conversation

Australia’s recycling rules can seem horrendously complicated, but fortunately they are becoming more simple.

In the meantime, here’s a brief guide to some of the golden rules of kerbside recycling, plus what to do with materials that can’t go in your recycling bin.