The BAMBA boys will be the opening act for the show by cooking gourmet burgers to raise funds for future trails in the Belmont Regional Park. Get you tickets early so you don’t miss out on good food and good entertainment.
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Belmont Regional Park: Farmed areas CLOSED for lambing & calving.From 15th August to 25 October No public access is permitted on tracks crossing farm land over this period.
Hill Road and Belmont Road will remain open through this period however all farm areas adjacent to these roads are CLOSED.
This does mean that once at the bottom of Bull Run you will not be able to access back to Old Coach Road via the farm!
Please plan your trip accordingly.
Next working bee we will be taking a short break from working on Weta to assist GWRC in the park with a Planting Day:
Belmont Regional Park Planting: – Sun 14th Aug -9 am.
Meeting at the Hill Rd car park, top of Hill Rd, Belmont. Lower Hutt.
GWRC need our volunteer help to plant tree seedlings at the bottom of Bull Run. GWRC will supply the seedlings and spades etc.
Its also hoped to have a BBQ food & drink as well.
Bring the kids if their willing and able! This is a good way to give back to the Park and GWRC by not just building trails!
It would be great to have as many people assist as possible!
So If you do not wish to assist in building trails, yet love to ride them, please feel free to assist in this other way.
Hope to see you there!
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Work bee again this coming Sunday. Work to continue on Weta. (Weather dependant) Meet 9 am Woolshed.
Great work on Weta this morning by Dave, Dan, Marco, Paul, and Angus. Tidy up of stumps which had been blasted earlier in the week and widening of a few sections. Still a little work to do, but all rideable now.
Awesome morning weather wise and some good work today on the Start of tweaking Weta.
Thanks to the few that gave up their valuable time to muck in! (Matt, Marco, Karl and Paul) Sorry no pics of the work – Way to busy dealing to the dirt all morning eh.
NEXT WORKING BEE:
Sunday: 19th JUNE – MEET 9 am at the WOOLSHED.
Gather up a tool and then we will head up too the start of Weta to once again extend, tweak and sort out some water issues on the trail.
A 4wd vehicle will drive up to the start of Weta with required tools so If you would like a lift please be on time. Departing 9.10am ish.