Where there's muck ...
The Station Volunteers turned out a full team for their latest job in getting 2 tons of compost on to the beds in preparation for the summer.
They were well looked after by Mick from Shenton's Garden Supplies who managed to drop a ton of the high quality compost close to the Crewe-bound side of the station and a further ton near the station building.
In spite of the torrential rain, they managed to move the whole of the load on to the beds in just over an hour. As a result of this massive effort, the older members, Mr Icke and Mr Hammond will be required to wear their Superman outfits on all future jobs.
The next stage will be to get some more plants in and get the summer off to a good start.
There will be lots more projects to come, so if you fancy some exercise outside in all weathers, please contact the station volunteers here
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