Selsley growing scheme May update

By |2022-05-05T09:26:03+01:00May 5th, 2022|Categories: Allotments, Food, Friends, Fruit and veg, Gardening, Grow your own, Volunteering|

Back again after a week away for a bank holiday and the growing area looks very green and abundant - even if it's bluebells. This week there were only 5 of us with a quick visit from Jane at the end looking very much like a lady gardener. We planted more potatoes. If in doubt, plant [...]

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Selsley Growing scheme March Update

By |2022-03-21T09:26:47+00:00March 21st, 2022|Categories: Allotments, Food, Friends, Fruit and veg, Gardening, Grow your own, Selsley, Stroud, Volunteering|

Fortunately no rain last week but cold again. I was greeted with a tree pushed over by storm Eunice (or her brother) so Jane and Steve got to work chopping up branches for fire wood. We planted onions and beans and generally tidied up the various rows. Fiona spent some time in the green house, planting [...]

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Churchdown GP Surgery in Gloucester to Get the Down to Earth Treatment!

By |2019-07-04T12:33:39+01:00July 4th, 2019|Categories: Allotments, Food, Fruit and veg, Fruit Trees, Gardening, Grow your own, Uncategorized, Volunteering|

We're delighted to announce that we have been given the go ahead to develop the land around Churchdown GP Surgery in Gloucester! We will be setting up allotments and a raised bed community growing scheme just as we have at Vale Community Hospital in Dursley. We will also be improving the flower beds, maintaining the grounds [...]

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Could you be a fruit warden? The Fruit Exchange needs volunteers!

By |2020-02-06T18:52:49+00:00June 27th, 2017|Categories: Food, Fruit and veg, Fruit Exchange, Volunteering|Tags: , |

The Fruit Exchange is now in its third year and this year we want to do even more to help use up unwanted fruit (and vegetables and nuts) across the Stroud District and across Gloucestershire. How many of us have passed a plum, apple or pear tree laden with fruit, and then seen it fallen on [...]

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