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Millennium Square Work Party

 

We’ll be tidying and organising our urban allotments at this work party as well as planting some more goodies to provide nectar for the bees!!

Why not come along and lend us a hand? Everyone is welcome, but please wear sturdy shoes and bring waterproofs in case of bad weather!

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Millennium Square Work Party

Come along to our Millennium Square Work Party and helps with these wonderful gardens that are growing food for free in the centre of Bristol!!

Don’t feel you need any previous gardening experience-we have all that you might need, but do wear sturdy shoes and bring a waterproof just in case!!

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100 Temple Street Work Party

Come along and help us tidy and prepare the garden at 100 Temple Street for the season ahead!! We’ll be pruning vines and trees, weeding and generally preparing for the next few months!!

Please be aware it’s a bit of a jump to get up to this garden!!

 

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Millennium Square Work Party

Why not come along to our Millennium Square work party where we will be planting great herbs from Almondsbury Garden Centre as well as prepping the beds for the new season!

All are welcome and no previous knowledge of gardening or plants is needed. All you need is enthusiasm….

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Edible Park Work Party

Come along and help us begin this years work in the Edible Park at the Quaker’s Burial Ground. We’ll be pruning roses, tiding up the bee garden and lots more!

All are welcome but please wear sturdy shoes and bring a waterproof just in case!

 

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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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Millennium Square Fruit Pruning Workshop

Due to the huge success of last year’s hard fruit pruning workshop, we will be running it again this January in Millennium Square.

The workshop will cover pruning hard fruits, the benefits of mulching and general hard fruit care throughout the season.

If you would like to take part please email sara@ediblebristol.org.uk and we will put you on the list of participants. There are limited spaces so please don’t wait until the last minute, although we will open a waiting list if necessary. All you need to bring is a pair of secateurs, some gardening gloves and plenty of enthusiasm!

We look forward to seeing you there!

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Urban Food Trail Winter Tidying Walk

Join us as we walk the urban food trail for the final time this season, tidying as we go and finally planting the bed that has moved from Platform 3 at Temple Meads, to the outside area!

We’ll meet in Millennium Square at 11 and wonder along the trail, stopping for tea as we go.

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Edible Park Work Party

Our friends at Shift Bristol are coming along for their final session of the year, to get involved in our Edible Park at the Quakers Burial Ground, by Redcliffe Wharfe.

Why not come along and join us-there’s loads to do and the more the merrier!

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