AstraZeneca volunteers came back to help in the garden.
They did much needed work to keep the garden looking its best, including repairing our raised beds and put up two name boards, which still need to be carved.
Picture from Water Sensitive's Eventbrite page
ECCG is celebrating Permaculture day with a storytelling event organised by Water Sensitive Cambridge. Dear Rivers: Stories, Soup and Thanks will run from 11am-4pm on 1st October.
Do Reserve your spot. Event is free, please donate toward to support the event.
Guided walk, stories and vegan lunch. Add this event to your diary.
Cambridge artist and garden volunteer Rebecca led a watering and painting party in the garden last Sunday. Colleagues from art gallery Kettle's Yard joined Rebecca to see the space and enjoy its summer feel. Rebecca chose flowers for Ede's cottages at Kettle's Yard: marigolds, achilleas and chamomile.
Our strong black shed got repainted and the sign got a makeover too. The garden had art exhibitions in the past through Pivotal and we hope it keeps inspiring us and you for a very long time.
Anna took these photos and told us that there were great conversations near our new hut, which provided much-needed shade on a hot Sunday.
You can still vote for our wonderful hut until 13 July, it's free and easy. Click here, no need to register
Here is a video of how the shed was created through volunteer work and support from individuals and organisations. Check out the previous post for details of Transition's party on 25 June, where you can see it for yourself.
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