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Bearpit Work Party

Come and join us for our last work party of the year in our Bearpit Garden.

There are still plenty of tasks to do, and we would love to see you just to wish you seasons greetings.

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Urban Food Trail Work Party

Come along and join us for one of our last work parties of 1017, at the Chatterton’s House and 100 Temple Street Gardens!!

We will be at Chatterton’s House from 12-1 and then 100 Temple Street from 1-2.

Wrap up warm and help us put the gardens to bed for the winter period.6-Bed_600px_Hannah-Bailey

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Bearpit Garden Work Party

We know some of you are really missing our evening work parties so here is an opportunity to come along to a lunchtime one instead!!

Pop long to the Bearpit and give us a helping hand to prune climber and open up the back wall so the plants beneath can grow.

If you can only come along for 20 minutes, remember that is fine!! No need to feel obliged to spend the whole time with us-we are just pleased to say hello!img_2945

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Hartcliffe City Farm Work Party

Following the success of our first work party at Hartcliffe City Farm, we are announcing our second on the same day as the farm are holding their Christmas Fair, December 2nd.

We will be focusing on polytunnel 2 and, as long as the weather is on side, looking at strimming some of the grass and hopefully rescuing a couple of raised beds.

We’ll also be chatting with people about our plans in the garden and with the farm, our projects for next year and,of course, about how you can be involved!!

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Join us on the Severn Beach Line…..

We’ll be concentrating on the beds at Lawrence Hill and Stapleton Road on this work party with Severnside Community Rail Partnership!!

Why not join us for some rail and food growing fun?

Young people from Hannah More School helping us at Lawrence Hill Station

Young people from Hannah More School helping us at Lawrence Hill Station

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Bearpit Garden Work Party

ComeĀ along and lend a hand in the Bearpit Garden with controlling the weeds as well as planting out onions and shallots!

Everyone is welcome and stay for as long or short a time as you might like…..

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Urban Food Trail Work Party

Meet us at the garden outside Chatterton’s Cafe and help us to cut back and mulch this garden and the fruit garden outside St Mary Redcliffe Church!!

We will then do a small amount of work in the edible park, time and weather permitting….

Why not join us?

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Kindness Day in the Bearpit

November 13th is International Kindness Day so what better way to support that than by continuing to work on the garden in the Bearpit?

We will be working on the containers as well as the lower areas of the garden at this work party and beginning to really mulch the beds in the main garden!

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Hartcliffe City Farm Work Party

We are supporting Hartcliffe City Farm and will be running a series of work parties and other events in order to begin to get their garden area back up and running, so that it is both productive and beautiful. This will be the first of many events, and we will be clearing and organising the polytunnels so that they can be utilised properly come the beginning of next growing season. There is also work to be done on the outdoor beds as well as strimming, clearing and tidying!

The farm is in Hartcliffe and easily accessed by the number 75 and 76 buses. there is also plenty of parking available.

Why not come along and find out more about this beautiful city farm that so few people have heard of?

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