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Severnside Community Rail Garden Day

On the first Friday of each month we take to the rails with Severnside Community Rail Partnership on the Severn Beach Line. On this session we will be visiting Laurence Hill and Montpelier, tidying up the containers on the station platforms and generally just having a good time on the line!

If you would like to win us for this session, please email hannah@ediblebristol.org.uk to book your place.

 

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Stokes Croft Gardens Work Party

The gardens around Stokes Croft need some tidying and bulb planting, so join us as we wonder around them, working as we go!

We’ll meet at the garden in the central Reservation and move around from there. We’ll let you know where we are through Twitter @EdibleBristol

So why not join us?

 

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Compost Day in The Bearpit

The compost area in the Bearpit Garden needs some attention so why not come along and learn lots about composting whilst giving us a hand to sort it out?

We’ll be turning, chopping and generally sorting as well as hopefully using some of the good compost for some mulching of the garden.

Everyone is welcome-no need to register-and come for as long or as short a time as you might be able to manage…

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Edible Fishponds Work Party

The edible Fishponds garden’s October work party will see the gardens begin to be managed for the winter!!

Why not come along to these two great spaces on Straits Parade and lend a hand?

All welcome-just turn up!

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Urban Food Trail Work Party

We’ll begin this work party at the garden at 100 Temple Street, and wander along the trail. tidying as we go.

We will let you know where about we are after leaving the garden at Temple Street through our Twitter account so don’t forget to follow us @EdibleBristol for more!!

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Bearpit Work Party

We are preparing the garden for a huge bulb planting session later in the autumn so do come along and help us get the ground prepared and some annuals sown for the season ahead!!

Everyone is welcome, no specific skills are needed and we will provide the tea!

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Millennium Square Work Party

Our bi-weekly work party at Millennium Square will concentrate on the herb beds both in front of the new We The Curious building was well as in the bed in Millennium Square. We have mint and lemon balm which have both gone crazy and need removing, and there is lots of tidying needed in the main herb bed under the soft fruit to ensure it has enough air to fruit well.

Come along and join us! There may even be spare plants to give away!

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Severn Beach Work Party

Our work along the Severn Beach line continues to expand and today’s work party will see us begin work at Clifton Down Station. There are lots of beds at this station, all of which have become a little bit lost and so this session will see lots of clearance, some wild flower sowing and lots of opportunities to wave at trains.

If you would like to join us, please email hannah@ediblebristol.org.uk. Due to railway rules we do need to get you to sign up for these sessions.

Want to see what a Severn Beach Line work party is like? Here’s a great video made by our very own Hannah!

 

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Edible Park Work Party!

Our Edible Park is one of the spaces we at Incredible Edible Bristol are most proud of and we are making plans over the winter to really maximise it’s beauty and productivity moving into 2018. One of the ways we will be doing that is through great use of wild flowers and wildlife friendly seed mixes that will really support wildlife in the space, as well as people.

This session will see some clearance and adding of the beginnings of these spaces. making sure that the Urban Food Trail really does support all the species in the city to be healthy!

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