Update from the Community Gardens July 2020

By Ed Bowring | July 09 2020

Update from the Community Gardens July 2020

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    Transition Chichester

    Update from the Community Gardens July 2020

                              

                                   The Bishop’s Palace Vegetable Plot full of produce.

    Update     

    We hope you are all still keeping well. Finally, with the lockdown being relaxed we are beginning to look at reopening some sessions again, albeit in a much reduced capacity to keep it safe for everyone. If you would like to attend one of the gardening sessions please contact us as below to book a slot as we cannot currently accommodate individuals if they just turn up on the day.

    The gardens are looking amazing thanks to our hardworking trustees and session leaders who have looked after them so well over the lock down and are now full of produce as we head into harvest time.

      

    A bumper crop of onions has made way for the runner beans to be planted out and the courgettes, sweet peas and raspberries can’t be picked quick enough!

    The new compost bins are now fit for purpose again after the wettest winter we can remember and the greenhouse and poly tunnel are full of tomatoes now just needing to ripen.

    Regular Gardening Sessions – For further information and to book a session please contact secretary@transitionchichester.org

    For further information and session times and locations contact secretary@transitionchichester.org

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Ed Bowring