I put this up a couple of weeks ago, I hope no one minds if I post it again
Colleen Ellis from Onehunga
As we've been walking/driving around our neighbourhood there are a number of citrus ( oranges, lemons & grapefruit) laden trees shedding all over the ground. This of course occurs every year but we're mainly home at the moment. How about if you have a tree , especially the oranges, you could pick and either bag them "free fruit help yourself" outside your front fence or maybe contact a local food bank to drop them off at their base. Perhaps if your neighbour has a tree you could ask if you could carefully pick and bag them etc for those who would welcome them. As we know some people are doing it hard and it just seems a terrible shame to watch the fruit rot on the ground.
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