• Home
  • >
  • Blog
  • >
  • News from the Community Gardens February 2018

News from the Community Gardens February 2018

Transition Chichester

News from the Community Gardens
February 2018


                  

                         Autumn sown broad beans defying the cold weather.
 



Update                                                               

It's been a wet and busy January with even the odd day of sunshine, but the ground is still pretty waterlogged! Our committed volunteers have kept regularly turning out to keep going with the winter tasks and we now have a great 4 compost bin system ready to keep us going through the year.

      

The compost has been turned and painstakingly sieved and the winter lettuce keeps growing in the poly tunnel as the days slowly begin to lengthen.

       

The first signs of spring are awakening with the cobnut catkins, kale and even snowdrops making a welcome appearance.                      


Tuesday afternoons at Oaklands Park Community Garden have now stopped for the winter but Wednesday and Saturday morning sessions in the Bishop’s Palace Vegetable Garden continue throughout the year, so do come along as we'd love to see you.


Regular Gardening Sessions

Wednesday sessions in the Bishop’s Palace Vegetable Garden
10.00 - 12.00

Low impact sessions led by Ed, for those who like to work at an easy pace.
 
Saturday mornings in the Bishop’s Palace Vegetable Garden
10.00 - 12.00

General gardening led by a member of the gardening team. All welcome.

Tuesday afternoons at Oaklands Park Community Garden - now ceased until the spring.
 

All sessions are free, and we provide tea, coffee and snacks.