Well rain didn’t deter the volunteers. New Compost bin constructed. Area 1 cleared and Charlotte potatoes dug and cleaned ready for transport festival stall. Liz clearing veg gone to seed then helped Joe on de-heading flowers in the sensory garden.
Archive for August, 2014
Glyn, Paul and Kurt recover from another busy day at the Forest Schools shop in the Pyramids!
Pauline and Maureen led the health walks and some of the walkers were lucky enough to see the new sculpture at the British Legion.
EDWARD KEMP COMMUNITY GARDEN AND GROWING AREA Quick visit to site today to plan our activities for tomorrow. On site decided the position of the memorial tree which is being planted tomorrow in the quiet area of the garden.
Still clearing the figure of 8 lake and a strip of land that borders the fence. Some volunteers litter picked.
The volunteers continued clearing the figure of 8 lake which is a big job. Litter picked and cleared the area of lake rubbish. Thanks Ken.
Edward Kemp Community Garden and Growing Area A heavy downpour early in the morning meant a few volunteers were put off but those that did turn up worked hard as per usual. Work continued on the wormery construction and decisions on where the hogitat (hedgehog house) and frogitat (yes, you guessed it frog house) where […]
Wirral Flower and Veg Show Despite a wet start and a dreadful weather forecast the show went ahead with some magnificent leeks, pumpkins, black potatoes, delicious looking cakes and jams, pear shaped yellow tomatoes, tiny cherry tomatoes and for the first time allotment displays. The Edward Kemp Community Garden and Growing Area entered a display but we […]
14 volunteers continued to clear up around the figure of 8 lake.
This morning we’ve been clearing a one metre strip inside the railings by the little lake (figure of 8). Mainly shifting nettles and brambles. Luckily there were dock leaves available for those of us who got stung. Apart from one sharp shower the weather was bright after the early wet start. One colleague remarked that […]