On Friday 26th June, the Year 3s (aged 7 and 8) from Moulsecoomb Primary School came to enjoy a day on the allotment. Simon, our friendly local food fanatic, helped them to make and cook pizzas in our clay oven, while others foraged for fruits amongst the bushes. The day was designed to keep the enthusiasm for all things ‘green’ amongst the children, so they would look forward to joining the environmental group next year and pass on the message… Read More »Visit from Moulsecoomb Primary School
The Open Day – what a glorious day was had by all! We all held our breath setting up for the event as a few drops of rain fell, but all turned out well and it was a beautiful evening. The allotment was alive with families, creative activities, and cooking. For the first time, we were able to include storytelling and walks in the woods for our visitors.Our volunteers were invaluable throughout the day: setting up, conducting tours and tatting… Read More »Open Day Success!
What the hell is an outlawed vegetable? It’s a frequent question at the garden where we grow French beans, peas and tomatoes that are illegal to buy in the shops. Why illegal? Well under EU regulations each variety of vegetable seed has to be put on the National Seed List, and this costs money. As most of our seed companies are now owned by the big bio-tech companies that are trying to force GM (genetically modified) greens down our throats,… Read More »Outlawed Vegetables