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Around the garden this week there is loads to do and there’s loads going on. There is compost to shred and turn, weeding and path maintenance in the orchard, Buxus to be removed in the herb garden, transplanting and weeding the brassica bed  and the upper greenhouse needs to be tidied. Later in the week we’ll […]

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Online Comments in our Consultation

Anything that betters enables the public to become engaged in nature and growing their own food can only be a good thing! 6/3/2019 1:03 Looks like a well thought out plan that will benefit the community 6/3/2019 12:50 As an events organiser who has previously run shows in the greenhouse, I’m really excited about this […]

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London in Bloom

This week our main focus will be on getting the site looking its best for the RHS London in Bloom judges who will be visiting us shortly. Last year we were awarded ‘Outstanding’ in the ‘It’s Your Neighbourhood’ category so we are hoping to be able to repeat this, this year. There are a few areas around the […]

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Vote, garden, ferment and more

When we announced our ‘Barn’ project two weeks ago quite a number of you pressed the link and voted. But if you didn’t vote then and haven’t voted at the greenhouse please vote now. We have committed to getting 2000 votes from volunteers, park users and partners so your vote really counts. Find out more […]

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Watering our plants and guests

We have reached the time of year when keeping our plants watered is a high priority. In order to keep up with this we have installed a number of different watering systems, some automated, and others manual. If you are not sure about how any of these work ask Cat, Dafydd or Chris about them. We have […]

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