Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th September, 10am-4pm
Come and explore and take a guided tour around our wonderful walled garden. Learn about the history and find out how its changed over time. Children are welcome to come and be ‘mini explorers’ with things to spot and find. There will be plants for sale and a café.
Join us in the garden at the Festival of Archaeology. Come and explore and take part in different activities for all the family. Help make and taste Egyptian hummus and Roman dips, learn all about the herbs and foods of times past and make herb bouquets and pouches.
There will also be a café and plant sale.
From 11am – 4pm.
A fizzling and cracking evening was enjoyed by all
A colourful selection of photos contributed by Martin Hewer:
Neil the Younger composting our compostable plates in the compost (did we say compost!) kindly donated by Vegware
Remember, remember the 5th November and a good time was had by all. There was a guy, a bonfire and fireworks a plenty. It was a sparkling extravaganza and we all enjoyed sitting round the old boiler lid, reincarnated as a firepit. We also did ourselves proud with a wonderful spread of culinary delights. Here is a collection of photos kindly supplied by Martin Hewer.
Turdcrete workshop was Held by Pete on the 1st of October ! : Turdcrete was a mixture of compost and cement. People made a variety of garden artefacts using the mixture and chicken wire for structure. This took place in our newly renovated large greenhouse, a great space for creative projects. Plant wall hanging pots proved popular . One young person created a lovely dragonfly.
Here are the upcoming events held at Blaise Community Garden:
January 21st – Gardening Ecology Workshop*
* For times and information about the workshops please consult the calendar above.