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Hallelujah: At last a new useful shop for Wanstead

It’s been a long time coming, but Wanstead’s ‘new’ pet shop is now open for business, as the shelves are gradually filled a...

Get Digging in Acocks Green!

Did you know that there are plots available at our local allotments?  Allotment gardening offers a great opportunity to get fitter, grow lots of he...

Fruit, vegetable and plant sales at Hagg Lane allotments

Hagg Lane & District Gardeners’ Allotments Society has fundraising fruit, vegetable and plant sales on four days during May, starting thi...

Edible Eastside launch

Edible Eastside, a new urban garden in Digbeth opens this weekend. The garden covers a quarter of an acre beside the canal and has been converted f...

Hagg Lane allotments theft: were you a victim?

Last Monday night, on 17 October, a number of plots on Hagg Lane, including the members’ trading hut, were broken into and a large amount of ...

Rivelin Valley Conservation Group scoops environment award

Rivelin Valley Conservation Group collected top prize at the Sheffield Telegraph Environment Awards this week. The organisation is now twenty years...

4,000 more spring bulbs planted in Crosspool

Over the past seven or eight years, Crosspool Forum has planted some thirty thousand spring bulbs in and around Crosspool. A big thank you to the d...

Edible Eastside

Edible Eastside is a new initiative based at the back of 122 Fazeley Street which will transform a derelict brownfield site into a vibrant urban ...

Farm Digging Community Links

Molescroft Grange Farm located on the outskirts of Beverley will be expanding it’s community involvement & reducing the...

Budding opportunity to blossom at The Hive

Shropshire garden enthusiasts are snapping up the unique opportunity to get green-fingered with a one-off garden design workshop at the Hive Music ...

Spring bulb planting this Saturday – get involved!

Thanks for all your ideas for where to plant our spring bulbs. The three locations earmarked to receive this year’s allocation are the top of...

Crosspool cards now on sale in Craft Angels

A limited edition pack of five greetings cards featuring photos of Crosspool in the Spring  has gone on sale in Craft Angels. You can see below so...

Shropshire garden enthusiasts given opportunity to get creative at The Hive

Garden enthusiasts across Shropshire are being given the exciting opportunity to get creative with green fingers at a special garden design worksho...

Lydgate Green clean up this Sunday

The Friends of Lydgate Green are organising a day to work on the flower beds. This Sunday 2 October, volunteers will be weeding, moving plants, lit...

Wanted: your spring bulb planting ideas

Each autumn, members of Crosspool Forum and local residents plant spring bulbs in some of our public spaces and verges in order to brighten up the ...

In pictures: Burntwood in Bloom winners announced

Green-fingered glory has been gained after the winners of the Burntwood in Bloom contest were announced. Local residents have been battling out acr...

Sheffield in Bloom silver award goes to Crosspool

For the second year running, the plants in Crosspool precinct have won silver in the Sheffield in Bloom awards. The prize was presented to Crosspoo...

Composting tour with Stone in Bloom

Green-fingered residents have been invited on a free guided tour of a composting centre near Stone. Stone in Bloom has organised the tour of Ainswo...

Oriental garden advice on offer in Lichfield

Green-fingered Lichfield residents are being given the chance to find out how to create an Oriental garden. The South Staffs Bonsai Society and the...

Eat Seasonably Event – Saturday 3rd September in the Village

The Neighbourhood Forum has recently been contacted by the Eat Seasonably Campaign. Its aim is to help us enjoy fruit and veg when they are natural...

Greener Fringe: Can You Dig It?

At Greener Leith we think growing your own is great! We plant community orchards, Ally is fond of allotment sheds and I even managed to v...

Greener Fringe: Can You Dig It?

At Greener Leith we think growing your own is great! We plant community orchards, Ally is fond of allotment sheds and I even managed to v...

Herbal workshops at St Mary’s Secret Garden

Discover the healing properties of our native wildflowers and herbs

Lydgate Green clean up: your help is required!

The Friends of Lydgate Green are organising a day to work on the flower beds. On Sunday 2 October volunteers will be weeding, moving plants, litter...

Organic garden expert to give talk in Stone

The head gardener of the UK’s leading organic gardening charity will be giving plenty of advice to green-fingered residents at a special even...

[Gardening] Community Gardening in Chapeltown from Feel Good Factor

Feel Good Factor have two open sessions where families and adults can come along and learn / share gardening skills, help grow your own fruit and v...

FREE 'Gardening for Wildlife Workshop'

Saturday 13 August 2011, 9.30-12noon Neighbourhood Management office, 242/244 Daltron Rd, Barrow LA14 1PN The workshop will be run by Sue Thurley, ...

FREE 'Grow Your Own Workshop'

Saturday 23 July 2011 9.30-4pm Neighbourhood Management office, 242/244 Dalton Rd LA14 1PN The workshop will be run by Jennifer Lauruol of Carpe Di...

Local gardens opened up for festival – video and photos

Saturday’s Open Gardens event once again saw proud local residents open up their private gardens to the public to raise money for charities. ...

Final call for Burntwood in Bloom entries

Green-fingered Burntwood residents are being reminded that time is running out to enter a gardening competition in the town. Plenty of great garden...

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