Update from the Community Gardens December 2019

By Ed Bowring | December 18 2019

Update from the Community Gardens December 2019

Blog Category: General updateBlog Tags: Vulnerable Society, Children & Young People, Gardening & Food Growing, Health & Wellbeing, Waste & Resources, Older People, Parks & Open Spaces and Wildlife & Conservation

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    Update from the Community Gardens December 2019

                      

                                                      An array of our cabbages.

    Update     

    We’ve had a great run up to Christmas and our gardening sessions have been relatively dry! There was a good harvest of cabbages with an assortment of different varieties and colours and thankfully the pigeons and slugs didn’t get the better of them this year. One of our session leaders and volunteers kindly hosted our Christmas bring and share lunch last week which was a huge success and got us all in the festive spirit!

       

    The autumn sown broad beans and sweet peas have germinated, the popular cavalo nero is cropping well and we’re making headway with the third of our new raised beds.

     

    2019 has been a great year in the community gardens with huge harvests and many improvements made to the gardens. None of this is possible without our team of wonderful volunteers so thank you and from us all at Grow Chichester we wish you a happy Christmas and new year.

    Christmas Opening Times:

    21st December – Open 10am – noon.
    25th December – Closed
    28th December – Closed
    1st January – Closed
    4th January  – Open 10am – noon/regular gardening sessions restart for the year.

    Regular Gardening Sessions

    Wednesday sessions in the Bishop’s Palace Vegetable Garden
    10.00 – 12.00

    Low impact sessions led by Ed, for those who like to work at an easy pace.

    Saturday mornings in the Bishop’s Palace Vegetable Garden
    10.00 – 12.00

    General gardening led by a member of the gardening team. All welcome.

    All sessions are free, and we provide tea, coffee and snacks.

    For further information contact secretary@transitionchichester.org

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Ed Bowring