Bountiful Bristol Bulletin


Join Easton Community Allotment’s “AUTUMN CLEAR UP DAY” by nadiacatkinhillman
September 15, 2008, 9:34 pm
Filed under: Uncategorized

Sunday 28th September, drop in between 11am – 4pm.

Come and spend some of your Sunday in the peaceful retreat of Easton Community Allotment! There will be a variety of tasks to choose from -something for everyone whether you want to get stuck into things you love or try something new.

Tasks include:

· Planting green manure and seeds

· Mulching

· Sorting composting system and mending compost bins

· Repairing the compost loo steps

· Sorting the forest garden

· Weeding beds

· Tree pruning

· Keeping the fire going

· Making cups of tea

Come for the whole day or pop in for an hour or two. Lunch will be at 1pm, bring a dish to share, we do have a fire and kettles for plenty of cups of tea. And we’re hoping to have some live music at the end of the workday as a celebration – let me know if you’d like to play.

This is a plea for help! Easton Community Allotment has developed as a haven of food growing and green space within Easton – providing an important space for anyone in the community to learn about growing and where their food comes from.

The number of volunteers has steadily been decreasing and the beds gradually succumbing to weeds. But fear not: we know a good autumn clear up will get us back on track and help us with the process we are going through. Please come and help keep this important community space alive and growing!
Hope to see you there!!
bethastle@yahoo.co.uk

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