Scroll down to see our team of volunteers at work - and having a social cuppa... Plus Birdwatch count and the photo of our newest member....
|The tea urn was fired up on a rainy Sunday|
|Tomas making polytunnel shelving|
Charlotte made a name tag for a fruit tree using a jam jar lid and plans to make more for the other trees and perennial plants - a great way to recycle and it looks pretty too... The Empty Common Garden is blooming (primroses, daffodils) and many hands make the work light. We have finished clearing up a new patch that has fertile and wonderful-looking soil. As Mary wrote in a group email: "Join us...spread the word... it is a lovely place to visit or work as much or as little as time allows."
|A jam jar lid makes a useful tree label|
|Droplets of water looking magical|
Below are the Birdwatch results for the Empty Common Community Garden, sent in by Rebecca.
1 Common gull
6 Rooks (decided not crows)
15 Piebald wagtails
Birdwatchers were also treated to a flyby, of 20 Barnacle/Brent Geese or perhaps greylags... the jury is out on that one! Results were submitted to the RSPB.
Last but not least... here's our youngest member... Say hello to Freddie!