News from the Community Gardens April 2021

By Ed Bowring | April 07 2021

 News from the Community Gardens April 2021

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     News from the Community Gardens April 2021

    Magnolia looking glorious over the Bishop’s Palace vegetable plot.


    We hope you are all keeping well. The current lockdown restrictions continue to be slowly eased so we are back to running small gardening sessions again which is great news!

    After the lovely Easter weather we’ve got another cold spell with hopefully the last of the frosts, but this hasn’t deterred our wonderful volunteers from working hard in the gardens. The greenhouse and poly tunnel have been cleaned inside and out, the raised beds weeded and even some spring pruning has been done.


    The early variety potatoes have been planted out and the tomato, pepper and celeriac seedlings are all growing on well indoors protected until it warms up again. The spring bulbs are looking great and it is such a cheering boost to see the daffodils and tulips out as we leave winter behind us.


    With the new relaxing of restrictions we are now able to run small gardening sessions again. Please contact us to book a session as all sessions must currently be booked in advance, thank you.

    Regular gardening sessions – small group sessions available, please contact us for availability.

    For further information and session times and locations contact

    OR consult our websites

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