News from the Community Gardens May 2021

By Ed Bowring | May 12 2021

News from the Community Gardens May 2021

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     News from the Community Gardens May 2021

    Alliums beginning to open at the Bishop’s Palace vegetable plot.


    We hope you are all keeping well. It has been great to restart our gardening sessions again, albeit in a smaller format and we can’t wait to be able to have our normal size groups back up and running at the end of the month.

    April was incredibly dry, so the recent rain has been welcome and the gardens and orchards are looking wonderful. The leeks are doing well, the apples and pears are adorned in blossom and the greenhouse is full of new seedlings just waiting to be planted out.


    The last of the winter lettuce in the poly tunnel and greenhouse have been harvested to make way for the tomatoes and cucumbers and the borders are full of honesty in flower. Some of our amazing volunteers have been doing a sterling job digging out the new pond and fixing the raised beds that needed a bit of an overhaul.


    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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