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Herb Growing Workshop

Started by Rosalynd Brooks May 13, 2013.

Compost Blocker / Coir

Started by miko adam-kando Apr 13, 2012.

Anyone interested in training from Capital Growth?

Started by miko adam-kando Mar 10, 2012.

Seed swap amongst allotments 7 Replies

Started by Rachel Radford. Last reply by miko adam-kando Mar 10, 2012.

2012 February Food Group Meeting - Please vote for your preferred date 1 Reply

Started by Sanchia Dunn. Last reply by miko adam-kando Feb 1, 2012.

Connecting new community growing spaces with people looking for allotments 13 Replies

Started by Chris Wells. Last reply by Pearl Gordon Jan 13, 2012.

Nov/Dec Food group meeting - Alternative date required 5 Replies

Started by Sanchia Dunn. Last reply by Sanchia Dunn Nov 29, 2011.

The Garlic Challenge is now official! 3 Replies

Started by Sanchia Dunn. Last reply by Sanchia Dunn Nov 6, 2011.

October Food Group meeting Agenda (and request for further items) 3 Replies

Started by Sanchia Dunn. Last reply by maggie turp Oct 24, 2011.

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Comment by Sophia Flucker on December 6, 2016 at 22:57

Brent in lower half of league table with 39% score...

Comment by Sophia Flucker on December 6, 2016 at 22:53
Comment by Sophia Flucker on December 3, 2016 at 17:58

Listen to Leslie & Dee from Granville Community Kitchen on K2K radio http://ktokradio.com/shows/lets-make-it-sizzle-with-dee-and-leslie/

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If you approve, you may also feel like forwarding the link on to your friends...

Comment by Nilufer on May 2, 2014 at 16:58

Dear All,

I am one of the four new  Community Organiser in the area funded by the government.. I go around the area to check if people want to do activities, need information or need extra help for workshops, meetings, clubs etc..I am your woman...please come and talk to me this Sunday at the allotment place behind the Queens café at 10am...I may find fundings, volunteers etc. for your projects..Best Wishes.

Nilufer 07929 336 252

Comment by Ian Kriss on March 23, 2014 at 9:56

Great work at The Queens Park Allotment yesterday and thanks to everyone for making the Allotment look amazing and really enjoyable day!

Comment by marjory fraser on June 6, 2013 at 15:10
                Comment by marjory fraser 2 minutes ago       
WILLIAM SAVILLE DUNBAR ALLOTMENT    

It was fantastic to enjoy such lovely weather yesterday. Too many Wednesdays have been cold and wet and found even the keenest food grower shivering. Five of us planted, weeded, dug, watered, discussed and planned. There was competition to use the hose and thanks to Tom who managed to fix the connector we didnt lose most of the water! Our beds are now full of potatoes, broad beans, runner beans, salads, artichokes, parsley, kale, beetroot.......Spinach, onions and salads were harvested. Squash raised from seed from last year's Seed Swap has been planted in a builders bag. Fingers crossed that we will actually get some squash this year. During our refreshment break Paula noticed that a bluetit had made a nest in a tiny hole in the wall of the tower block. A true example of resiliance and use of available materials! Thanks to Stephanie, Paula, Tom, Lynn and Pete for all turning up and getting tools out when the weather hasnt been great! We welcome everyone, new or experienced who is interested in growing food on Wednesdays 2.30-4.30.

Comment by Rosalynd Brooks on April 20, 2013 at 1:22

Planting workshops at Meanwhile Gardens & Golborne Community Garden - sign up to the mailing list to find out what's happening this year http://www.farmthecitylondon.com/get-involved/

Comment by Rosalynd Brooks on March 18, 2013 at 20:16

Hello! Everyone is invited to 'like' the new Farm the City London facebook page for updates on volunteering opportunities at local growing spaces in Golborne, and planned 2013 festival at Meanwhile Gardens in September
www.facebook.com/farmthecitylondon

 

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