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Good Evening All.We have been refused a local allotment is Wells (Wookey Hole).We are keen to find a plot somewhere that we can use to grow food etc. Happy for it to be a share etc.Can anyone help…Continue

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Older people living in care are twice as likely to experience loneliness as those in the community.We are looking for friendly volunteers with an interest in helping others to gardening, to support…Continue

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Growing Support are looking for friendly volunteers with interests in gardening and supporting people, to help older people and people with dementia take part in gardening activities.  You will…Continue

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We're looking for friendly volunteers to join our team working hard to enable people with dementia to stay physically and socially active.Join us and make a valuable contribution to your community,…Continue

Somerset Master Gardeners at the Green Bazaar, Ilminster

News Release Somerset Master Gardeners

 The Master Gardener project is helping people in Somerset to grow their own. This is a community scheme involving experienced gardeners offering help and advice to individual households. They are helping people to realise that it is possible to ‘grow your own’ even if it is only a tray on a window sill. The scheme has already been very successful in the Midlands and London and after an initial training weekend with the ‘Incredible Edible Somerset’ Master Gardeners are offering help and advice in Somerset.

Master Gardeners Gail Coleshill and Rachel Shirley were at the Green Bazaar in Ilminster on Saturday to demonstrate how to grow beans and carrots in pots, peas in trays for salads and giving away other plants. 

 Gail Coleshill from Crewkerne said

“The Green Bazaar gave us an opportunity to meet many more people to help to ‘grow their own’ and it was great to meet other gardeners to exchange tips and information.

 Incredible Edible, part of Somerset Community Food, is co-operating with Gardening charity, Garden Organic in running the scheme, funded by the Big Lottery Fund’s Local Food scheme.

 Photos show from left Gail Coleshill and Rachel Shirley in front of their stall at the Green Bazaar.

 


 

 

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Comment by Gail Coleshill on June 12, 2013 at 11:34

It was a bit (very) windy!

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