Multifaith Forest Garden December 14th

Parkwood Springs Multifaith Forest Garden is holding its monthly workday on Saturday 14th December 11am – 2pm.

The workday will be a general maintenance day (weeding, tidy up and cutting back) to prepare for the winter. There will also be opportunities for guided walks around the garden for those who haven’t visited before.

Winter is a great opportunity to really give something back to the land that has proved so bountiful over the last few months. As the autumn sets in it’s a time to take stock in the forest garden and help the plants we have nurtured by making sure they are clear of weeds prior to the onset of winter. Not to mention an opportunity to get on top of the more prolific weeds encroaching from the boundaries – any help with these would be greatly appreciated.

Meet at Parkwood Springs Forest Garden car park from 10.45am.

For more information contact Ed Thatcher on: 07816 596 228 or email Tim Shortland, Community Forestry Manager:

or contact Nirmal Fernando on 07932 017 929 or email:

Forest Garden Workday @ Parkwood Springs
11:00am to 2:00pm Saturday 14 December 2013

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