Hawkesbury Community Nursery reopens to the public

THE Hawkesbury Community Nursery is reopening to the community following an operational shutdown due to COVID-19.

The nursery will be open on Wednesdays from 9am to 1pm (excluding public holidays) or by appointment, from Wednesday, July 8.

Open again: Volunteers and staff at Hawkesbury Community Nursery, pre-COVID shutdown. Picture: Archive

Open again: Volunteers and staff at Hawkesbury Community Nursery, pre-COVID shutdown. Picture: Archive

The Hawkesbury Community Nursery is predominantly a volunteer run nursery that propagates Hawkesbury Indigenous native plants.

The plants that are propagated by Hawkesbury Community Nursery can be purchased by the public and can also be supplied on consignment.

Though the Community Nursery volunteers normally meet once a week on a Wednesday from 9am to 1pm, this activity is currently suspended due to COVID-19.

The Nursery is located at 10 Mulgrave Road, Mulgrave, next door to the Hawkesbury Companion Animal Shelter.

COVID-19 regulations are currently in place including hand sanitiser at the door and physical distancing within. Cashless transactions are preferred.

For information or appointments, call 4560 4651.

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