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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.

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Millennium Square Work Party

Come along to our final work party of the year in Millennium Square. We’ll be tidying the gardens and hopefully adding some mulch to the beds to feed them for the season ahead.

We would love to see you and tell you some of our exciting plans for 2018, so why not come along? We’ll bring the tea…..

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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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Millennium Square Work Party

Come and join us for this work party which will focus on preparing the beds for winter and ensuring the health of the soil. We’ll be mulching with compost donated to us by the brilliant folk at Almondsbury Garden Centre, and making sure our tender perennial crops are well prepared for the winter ahead….

Pop along any time between 10 and 2 and stay for as long as you are able, be that 10 minutes of a few hours. We look forward to seeing you there.

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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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Millennium Square Work Party

Come on down to our regular work party at Millennium Square!

This week we will be removing some of the plants that have stopped being so productive and starting to plant out onions, garlic and shallots.

So pop along and join us?

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Urban Food Trail Work Party

Come along to our Urban Food Trail work party, beginning this time at the Chatterton House Garden!!

Lots to attend to along the trail at this time of year, including some late sowing for early crops….

Come along and join us…..

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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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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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