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“The Monday Group is composed of independent-minded and committed individuals and they just want to get on with the job.”


individuals. Ditchling, Hassocks, Streat and Westmeston Parish Councils all contribute and so do a number of other organisations with interests in our countryside like local ramblers’ groups and the Hassocks Field Society. There are also are a signifi cant number of individual donations. It is worth


remembering that because the group is composed entirely of volunteers, there are no administration costs, so every penny received is spent on the materials and tools which are vital to the group’s work.


All of these donations, no matter how small, are hugely welcomed and


the Monday Group is very grateful because, quite simply, without them the work could not go forward. For example, in the year 2009/10 the cost of materials was £4,650 and this year – the 50th anniversary of the Monday Group’s founding – you can be sure it will be more. If you can help you will be making a really valuable contribution to the Sussex countryside. ■


For more information on how you can help the Monday Group, please contact Les Campbell on 01273 01273 846995 or visit www.mondaygroup.org


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