News: Screen Wanted

Posted on 13th March 2019

On behalf of registered local wildlife conservation charity, Friends of Burgess Hill Green Circle Network, I’m looking for a fairly large computer monitor screen, 23 in or up to about 30 in. This is to display video footage, including some taken by drone, of our green sites in Burgess Hill & some of the wildlife to be found on them. If one of your members has such a screen surplus to requirements, I would happily collect it & acknowledge the company’s generosity on a public notice at the event, which is the eighth ‘Wild About Mid Sussex’ in the Festival Marquee, St. John’s Park, Burgess Hill on Saturday 1st. June.

I do hope someone can help us with this.   Please contact    dominicmoore13@gmail.com

Many thanks & best wishes,

Dominic.

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