Friday, 13 November 2015

Contributions from our volunteers

Pot planting for polytunnel

Daffodil planting outside
In the past few months I have been receiving contributions for this blog from our volunteers, which is lovely for those members who have not been able to visit the Garden on a regular basis. Whether it's a health related reason, an overload of work/family commitments or a clash with other projects, we all like to keep up to date with what is going on in our community's oasis. Let's hope everybody can make the party on Sunday 6th December (see the previous blog post for information).

So without any further ado, here are some updates....

Peter emailed us that a sunny day allowed Jamie to recharge the mower's batteries. The weather has been mild so far for November, bar a few rainy spells. 

Mary, helped by Emily and John planted out flowers from the polytunnel, while John and Terence attacked some truly vicious nails to recycle some pallets earmarked for future projects. The area around the oak tree looked lovely after yet another attack against horsetail by Katharine and her sons.

In the polytunnel winter lettuces have been planted while outside areas have been cleared to make a start on winter preparations.

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