The latest news from the Golden Hill Community Garden, from Lucy Mitchell, Community Project Worker…
Hey ho darker grows the days! But we’re all still cheerfully beavering away in the garden, there’s still plenty to harvest and lots to do and our Wednesdays are as busy as ever – even if that means busy drinking tea and eating cake.
Free feel to pop in any Wednesday between 10am – 4pm and say hello or get involved and get your hands dirty (dirty hands optional-gloves provided).
Soooo, the rustling leaves and chill winds can only mean one thing! Bonfire night is nearly upon us!
We’ll have our annual bonfire on 4th November 6-7.30pm! Entry is by donation. Pete and the volunteers will build as big a fire as our insurers will permit, and we’ll have hot apple juice, hot spicy cider to warm your cockles, delicious soup and cakes!
Please bear in mind we’re off grid and bring torches and if you brought your own mug for soup or a hot drink that’s be great but not essential. When we’re full we’re full so come early to avoid disappointment.
We also run our kids’ activities through the winter and this half term have still a couple of spots on our Harry Potter themed adventure day on Friday 27th October. Expect spells, wands, silliness and magic 10am – 4pm £26 (£21 for siblings).
We’ve also got our accessible adventure for families and children with SEND on Thursday 26th 11am – 3pm where we’ll be making, painting, playing, singing, exploring, adventuring and munching delicious foods – get in touch to book your place!
Also we’ll be making Christmas Wreaths again in the garden Saturday 9th December drop in between 10am – 4pm and it usually takes an hour or so.
Pop the date in your diary and rest assured you can come along and make a most excellent wreath that we’ll be much admired by everyone.
See you in the garden!