Missing your wheelbarrow or shovel?
Last updated 17:07 01/04/2011
Wheelbarrows and shovels used by the Student Volunteer Army are set to be reunited with their rightful owners.
Canterbury University's army will be reuniting borrowed garden tools, used to clean up tonnes of silt, with their owners tomorrow morning.
Army founder Sam Johnson said he wanted to apologise to anyone who had their equipment "borrowed" and not yet returned.
"The incredible demand for wheelbarrows and shovels meant that many personal items have been separated from their rightful owners," he said.
"The SVA are committed to doing a good job right to the very end and don't want to leave you without your property."
Members of the army will be based at the university student association's tent in the UCSA car park, off Ilam Rd, between 9am and 12pm tomorrow.
People can also drop-off any equipment left on their property by the army.