Community Fund Small GrantsAnticipating receiving £1,713 to fund items to improve the capabilities of Community Gardening team. This includes compost to improve the soil in some planters, a new greenhouse as well as trolleys and tools to make life easier. The gardening team look after many of the planters and other areas of the estate.
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Gardening projects are undertaken as follows ...
Recently a team of residents have started Guerrilla Gardening, watch out for the posters. The first session was “Bindweed Bothering”, the idea is to tackle tasks that are too manpower intensive for the gardening team to tackle. Watch out for the posters.
We have a team of people who have adopted several of their local community planters and work to maintain them – if you want more information on how to do this please email us
Periodically we have gardening days with children to get them involved in understanding plants and wildlife. Watch the website and notice boards
In-depth works. Several projects have been carried out on the pond and Swales (the central watercourse). This, of course, should be the task of the ground maintenance team, there has been some neglect by them in doing this. As Crest Nicholson and Barratts hand over the responsibility for groundwork to Premier Estates, we plan to work together with them to improve these and the nature areas.
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