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Urban Food Trail Work Party

Met at 10 at the Edible Park at the Quakers Burial Ground and help us to continue to work in the park and do a small amount of maintenance to the fruit garden at St Mary Redcliffe.

No need to bring anything other than enthusiasm for change and wear some sturdy boots!!

 

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#UrbanFoodTrail Work Party

Meet us at the garden by Chatterton’s Cafe and help us to begin to organise this garden for the season ahead, both for people and pollinators!

We will then potter down to 100 Temple Street and do some more preparation work on the garden here, pruning the fruit trees and soft fruit and clearing any annuals from last year.

Everyone is very welcome at these sessions, but please do wear sturdy shoes and bring waterproofs, just in case!

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100 Temple Street Work Party!!

The garden at 100 Temple Street is going from strength to strength, with the vines growing well and stunning blossom on the fruit trees this spring! The garden was always planned to be one that has permanent plantings and so this session will see us remove all last years kale plants, and begin to add more plants that will, we hope, stay in place for years to come.

So why not pop along and help us plants Bristol’s newest fig, an artichoke or, very excitingly, some patio kiwi fruits? We will also be sowing patches of edible flowers as ground cover….

All are welcome, sturdy boots are required and we hope to see you there.

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Urban Food Trail Work Party at 100 Temple Street

The garden at 100 Temple Street is one that we are immensely proud of and we are looking forward to seeing in full production this season.

This session will see us removing some of the older herbs that have seen better days and replacing them with some beautiful new specimens, many of which will be new varieties to the garden.

Why not come along and find out more?

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