Sat June 24th 1.45-4pm Hollingdean.
Meet at Orchard just north of Childrens’ Centre, Brentwood Rd, Brighton BN1 7DY
Come explore a popular Brighton park and discover a variety of edible wild plants, including their traditional uses, identification tricks and other interesting plant facts.
Bring a notepad, your own lunch and be ready for a little hike!
Help us get the allotment ship shape for summer and then enjoy a friendly picnic lunch and BBQ with fellow gardeners – last year we had a record turn out of 40 people -do come and join us! Bring a dish to share.
FREE TALK presented by BNHC & INFINITY FOODS Community Programme.
More details and booking here
Come and swap all those extra seedlings – followed by picnic lunch – bring a dish to share. Bring plenty of seedlings as any surplus will go to our sale at the open market on 13th May.
New members welcome to join on the day.
Sunday 19 March will be the Spring Equinox “celebration”, where we plan to do a lot of communal gardening on the Weald Community allotment, including constructing three new wooden compost bins, preparing some new fencing and more raised beds. There will be a wide variety of seeds to sow inside and outside the greenhouse. There will be a picnic and maybe a BBQ. But first of all, for 20 minutes or so, we will complete the AGM elections with a quorum of 15 of us to select our new chairperson.
Wednesday 15th February 7-9pm
Phoenix Community Centre
Please join us for our AGM, followed by a talk by Vera Zakharov of the Brighton & Hove Food Partnership.
The problem of food waste is looming large in the UK, and efforts to tackle it make for slow progress. Meanwhile, food poverty is on the rise, and many people are keen to solve one problem with the other.
Who or what is the real driver for our nation’s yearly 13 million tonnes of waste? And can individuals actually make a difference? Learn about the causes of food waste across the food chain and fantastic interventions taking place along the way, including inspiring community projects right here in Brighton & Hove.
Here we are again, toasting you and wishing all of you (especially those who are coming out of hibernation for Seedy Sunday on 5 February )
A HAPPY NEW YEAR.
Good Gardening and Good Health in 2017
Belatedly here is a reminder of the 25 of us who came together in December to enjoy some good company, hot soup, good food and mulled wine before singing some Carols on our community allotment.