Community Garden Ready to Go! - Well, almost....

olivePlanning Permission has been granted  and Capital Gardens are poised to start work.  But there is a problem.

The council will not allow a rotavator to be used to prepare the soil and there is no money in the budget to have the professionals dig over the ground by hand. We need to do this ourselves.

Please join us on from 10am on Saturday, 27th March, to prepare the ground in time for planting from the first week of April. We are looking for as many people as possible to dig a small square of ground (4ft x 4ft) and so get the area ready for the following week.

Refreshments and a sense of achievement will be provided.

Many people in the community are giving their time for free  - please join in and help make the garden something we all own and are proud of.

One comment on “Community Garden Ready to Go! - Well, almost....”

  1. I just wanted to take the time to say well done to all involved in this project. Good for the local area and a welcome lift to that corner too.

    I will create some coverage of the 'community dig' in our 'property blog', this should help highlight the dig and perhaps encourage more help... Many hands and all that!

    Good Luck, have a great day. I am working on Saturday, but I will stop by if I can.

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