As part of Art Weekender Bristol and Bath KWMC are running workshops for artists, architects to explore how KW could make and host it's own hotel. Including tour of some of the beautiful spaces in KW. Including Springfield and Nothern Slopes
Every Friday between 10-12 we have a gardening group for older people at Let's Grow Springfield Allotment. During this week's session we explored the herb garden and wonderful aromas of lavender, sage, thyme, lemon balm, oregano and rosemary. Everyone made a lavender bag to take home.
A few people from the Bristol Community Links, who regularly attend our allotment, are having a great time helping keep the allotment beds tidy and picking the strawberries.
Victoria Park kids finish their project with some home made and traditionally cooked Italian stone baked pizzas and a few managed to spin them in stead of roll!!!
A giant lettuce as bigger than a man's head was bought from Springfield Allotments for the Team lunch at KWMC today - encouraging staff to buy local, organic and avoid packaging. It was all part of Business Green Week and a good chance to sit together in the garden and have a chat.
A fitting venue for the wedding of gardner Steve Griffiths and long term partner Nina Jones who tied the knot on Saturday at the Roundhouse on Springfield Allotments. With spectacular views over the Northern Slopes and the sound of birdsong, it was a lovely place to hold the function. Steve's uncle and Bristol legend DJ Derek was also there to wish them well. The bride looked wonderful in a strapless ivory dress with red trimmings. Congratulations to them both and best wishes for a fantastic future. May they grow together...
Still can't believe it that I won bristol food hero there's alot of people out there that do the same and alot more than me. Pps you can now find me on Twitter
A bright yellow frog I found in tunnel 2 doing a great job eating the pests that eat my veg
What a wonderful week every thing is coming to life
The weather been great and the veg is growing at the moment I have lettuce chard veg plants comeing soon broard beans and radish and cabbages and lots more will keep you all posted