Join us from 10am – 1pm as we travel the Severn Beach Line checking in on our containers as we go!! Some weeding, some tidying and some checking to make sure our planters are in tip top condition. We will also be planting some Broad Beans. No special skills are needed and everyone is welcome to come join us for a trip on this gorgeous railway. We will meet at Bristol Temple Meads at 10am, please drop us a line at email@example.com and we can pop you on the list.
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Join us as we travel the Severn Beach Line replanting our containers as we go!!
The summer saw the containers really struggle as we dealt with crazy high temperatures, so we will be spending time filling them with decent compost and replanting with hardy plants and herbs for the season ahead. So if you’d like to learn more about planting out and why we have chosen the plants we have, and have a jolly morning out on the Severn Beach Line too, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can pop you on the list!!
Join us for our regular work party on the Severn Beach Line, where we will be watering and looking after the beds along the line. We’ll be focusing on bed clearances and watering, starting at Temple Meads and hopping on and off the train at stations along the line.
If you’d like to come along, just email email@example.com and we will add you to the list!
We’ll be visiting Lawrence Hill and Sea Mills at this work party with the Severnside Beach Line, focussing on planting out some delicious vegetables and leaves that will be ready for harvesting in a few weeks and months time!!
Do you fancy joining us? It’s a great morning out along the line, facilitated by our volunteer coordinator who will have everything you need for the journey so you can concentrate on planting, watering and generally having a good time.
As with all the Severn Beach work parties, if you drop us a line to firstname.lastname@example.org we’ll send you details and pop you on the list.
Our work along the Severn Beach Line continues with our regular work party. We’ll be planting out edibles and creating more pollinator friendly beds at both Lawrence Hill and Stapleton Road during this work party!!
Want to get involved? As there are limited spaces we do ask you to sign up for these work parties so just drop a line to email@example.com and we will get back to you.
Come and join us as we travel the line, gardening as we go!
If you’d like a space on this great work party, drop an email to info@ediblebristol and we’ll get you on the list!
This great course will be a practical, hands on learning experience, making raised beds in The Secret Garden at Avonmouth Station.
The workshop will include how to choose the perfect pallet, how to ensure your beds are safe and sturdy, where to source your pallets from as well as some practical work around the best uses of raised beds in gardens, allotments and in the public realm. At the same time the group will make a large raised bed that will be left on site for the Avonmouth community to use.
Because we want you to get the best experience possible, this workshop has limited numbers so do get your tickets before they are all gone!!
Join us as we travel the Severn Beach line, tidying and planting the beds on station platforms along the way.
This session will include Sea Mills and Lawrence Hill stations and we will finally be getting some seeds into the ground!
If you’d like to take part in this work party, drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get you signed up.
This session will concentrate on the beds at Clifton Down station, where we will be removing overgrown shrubs and preparing the beds for the coming season.
Places are limited on these work parties so if you would like to come along, then please contact email@example.com and we will get you on the list!!
You can either meet us at Temple Meads or join us at Clifton Down.
This year we are really excited to be working with Avonmouth Community Centre, Severnside Community Rail Partnership and the Incredible Edible Network to support families to grow their own food in their gardens and in community spaces. We’ll be providing 25 families with a raised bed, which we will make with them at a free […]