News from the Community Gardens October 2020

By Ed Bowring | October 14 2020

News from the Community Gardens October 2020

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    News from the Community Gardens October 2020


    We hope that you are all still keeping well. Autumn is most definitely here and with the shorter days it sometimes feels as though we are on borrowed time before winter draws in but there is still lots looking great in the gardens and harvesting and tasks to be done!

    Our brilliant volunteers have been digging our new pond ready to be lined, clearing the beans that have now finished and keeping on top of the deadheading and weeding that still continues! The chard, kale and spinach continue to crop well and the borders are still looking good with some autumn colour hanging in there.

    The sedum dotted around the borders have looked amazing this autumn and the blackberries have finally been pruned having cropped for weeks and provided a bountiful harvest to share around.

    We’d love to see you but with the current covid 19 restrictions we’ve had to keep session numbers small to keep it safe for everyone, so if you would like to attend one of the gardening sessions please contact us as below to book a session slot, as we unfortunately cannot currently accommodate individuals if they just turn up on the day.

    Regular Gardening Sessions – For further information and to book a session please contact

    For further information and session times and locations contact

    OR consult our websites

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