Letters: Jane and Jeremy Dearling, March 22, 2016

The original route of the Nar Valley Way path has been altered along the new bus route where it crosses Hardings Pits. ENGANL00120110909115634

The original route of the Nar Valley Way path has been altered along the new bus route where it crosses Hardings Pits. ENGANL00120110909115634

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On August 28, Lynn will be marking the 363rd anniversary of supporting the monarchy when it resisted the vile powers of secularism in the form of Cromwellian troops.

Lynn has a hugely strong tradition of supporting the monarchy, emphasised by the close proximity of members of the Royal Family just up the road. Being so patriotic, the volunteers who look after Harding’s Pits would like to extend a warm welcome to people who wish to do their bit for cleaning up for the Queen. Harding’s Pits is always in need of cleaning. Every week, hardy volunteers turn out to pick up the detritus left behind by those with memory loss. But every month we organise a concerted effort to clean up the area (a beautiful five acre site of trees, grass and sculptures) and need help. Specifically, we are asking for help on the morning of Saturday, April 23, from 10am.

All equipment, free tea, coffee, and lunch will be on hand, but to provide for this we do need to know the numbers, so anyone coming please let us know on 01553 760513 or via our website, www.hardings-pits.org.uk.

Sensible shoes and clothing are obligatory, and in return we can offer a rewarding and fulfilling morning raking, cutting and clearing for those who like the idea of doing something different at the weekend.

Jane and Jeremy Dearling, Gladstone Road, Lynn