by Richard Spalding, Senior Lecturer in Human Geography, University of the West of England I scraped the leaves away to discover that the rhubarb crowns had survived the cold to begin their journey into the light and unknowingly towards our kitchen. I was on my way to join the first work party organised by Sims … Continue reading New agri-culture springs to life by the motorway
After venturing south of the river, we are now holding our next public meeting in the heart of Sims Hill Shared Harvest home territory! Our spring membership drive is continuing with another public meeting on 30 March, 7:30 pm, at the Frenchay Village Hall (Please RSVP to email@example.com.) Venue details: Frenchay Village Hall Beckspool Road … Continue reading Next Public Meeting 30 March in Frenchay!
Just a reminder that our next work day is this Saturday, 26 February, from 10 am to 1 pm. We will be planting hedging trees and continuing to plant the willow coppice. Spades are needed! Bring food to share and a mug for tea! More information, directions, etc., on our work days page. Hope to … Continue reading Next work day 26 March!
Please come along and support Tim Lawrence and Kristin Sponsler as we present the Sims Hill Shared Harvest vision at the next AOG meeting. From Shannon Smith of the Avon Organic Group: 7.30pm Tuesday 1st March Horfield Quaker Meeting, 300 Gloucester Road, Bristol, BS7 8PD Donation on door £1/£3 Allotment waiting lists, inedible green spaces, … Continue reading Sims Hill presentation at next Avon Organic Group meeting: The Hungry Gap