Galgabba Point Landcare Group pleas to Lake Macquarie council for help after three break-ins

A SWANSEA Landcare group has pleaded for Lake Macquarie City Council's help after three burglaries in the past year.

The Galgabba Point Landcare Group looks after an eight-hectare site on the old Pacific Highway.

A generator, hedge trimmers and other equipment were stolen in the most recent break-in two weeks ago.

Group co-ordinator Sharon McCarthy said while the group worked under the council and its Landcare Resource Centre, the council would not cover its insurance.

A council spokesperson said the resource centre had only been notified of one break-in in the past 12 months, but the council would investigate ways to prevent future incidents.

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