Transition Greenspaces – February Update

Posted on 22 February 2021

Not much happening over the past month at the Triangle, apart from a bit of tree pruning and sorting out the pond.

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Our wonderful volunteers have (in socially distanced pairs or alone) been repairing beds and plant cages and have added some plants to the pond. They’ve also added more woodchip to the pathways, kept things weeded and watered, and done some work on the forest garden beds. The plants in the polytunnel are coming along nicely now, as the bitterly cold weather has subsided, and our first salad crops of the year are almost ready to harvest.

We hope, once we are out of lockdown, that we can start having small, socially distanced groups there again. In the meantime if anyone fancies raising some veg plants from seed at home, we’d be glad of them once it warms up a bit.

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We really never know quite what were going to have to repair but our wonderful volunteers are always ready to rise to the challenge each month and do an incredible job, bearing in mind mostly they only have an hour for each repair (and we were really busy)! Theres also drinks and cake available while you wait.

Taking bookings now for the next one on Saturday October 29th.

We really never know quite what we're going to have to repair but our wonderful volunteers are always ready to rise to the challenge each month and do an incredible job, bearing in mind mostly they only have an hour for each repair (and we were really busy)! There's also drinks and cake available while you wait.

Taking bookings now for the next one on Saturday October 29th.
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I'm sure it's staring me in the face, but how do I book please? 🤔

Don't forget to mention how good the coffee and cakes are 😋 ☕

Due to some pretty fierce winds in the past week, the runner beans have taken a bit of a hammering so enter the rescue team!

Theyre still producing loads though...

Due to some pretty fierce winds in the past week, the runner beans have taken a bit of a hammering so enter the rescue team!

They're still producing loads though...
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So lucky with the weather at the moment. Managed to get lots done at the allotment this morning. Thanks to Tracey Mclaren, Andrea Hughes Medical Herbalist- Functional Medicine, Alfie, Gemma and Al.

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Ahhh such a lovely place and a super bunch of folk xx

Which one is this? I'd love to join in growing veg as we don't have a garden. Looks wonderful

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