Wild garlic and bluebells

This Sunday, from midday onwards we’ll be [hopefully] finishing off our bulb planting in Chris’ Wood (by the Art Pavilion). We have had bulb planting sessions for the last four weekends with snowdrops, bluebells, winter aconites, anemones and wild garlic. We still have a 1000 wild garlic to plant.

We are starting at midday as it is Remembrance Sunday.

Want to join us?

Just pop along for as little or as long as you like.

Who can come? Anyone! We have folk of all ages come: with friends, on their own, or with their kids or grandkids. (Note: Children must be accompanied by an adult).
What to wear: Dress for the weather – so something warm and a waterproof in case of showers. We have pairs of gloves, some bulb planters and hand shovels, but it would really help if you are able to bring your own. Something to kneel on is a good idea (a foam matt or even a plastic bag).
When to meet: This Sunday from midday.
Where to meet: We will be in Chris’ Wood (see map below), which is just south of the Art Pavilion and behind Clinton Road (by the Grove Road Texaco Garage).
Weather: It is looking mighty fine – dry and sunny!

These bulbs were purchased using money generously donated by the Co-op Community Fund.