A small band made it to Sims Hill on June the 9th to play their part in the city wide, get growing trail. The weather was surprisingly warm and the cake predictably tasty! A couple of new members signed up with a couple more expressing interest. Since then we've tango'd with a succession of cold … Continue reading News from the Hill 19 June 2012
Sims Hill Shared Harvest presents: Better Ways to Do the Business of Food in Bristol with guest speakers Joy Carey and Ciaran Mundy June 26th 7.30pm at Horfield Meeting House, 300 Gloucester Road, BS7 8PD. See map. New food systems are emerging. They are local, natural and deeply in touch with community life and a … Continue reading Next open members’ meeting 26 June: Better Ways to Do the Business of Food in Bristol
Part of the Get Growing Garden Trail Together with the Feed Bristol project we will be offering a minibus service up to the plots which are both located in the fertile Frenchay area of former market gardens. EVERYONE WELCOME! whether you are a member, interested in joining or just curious... Bring a picnic! Bring musical … Continue reading Sims Hill Shared Harvest Summer Celebration June 9 11 to 3 pm!
After a few rainy weeks when we thought Sims Hill was going to turn into an aquatic wonderland, things are finally starting to dry out. The Bristol area received 273mm (nearly 1 foot) of rain in 3 weeks and was officially the wettest April in over 100 years! Needless to say this had a noticeable … Continue reading News from the hill!
As part of the Get Growing Trail on the 9th June Feed Bristol and Sims Hill are putting on a FREE mini bus from Hamilton House in Stokes Croft to Stapleton stopping at various locations. Please wait outside the location for the Bristol Community Transport mini bus at the following times: First run Pick up … Continue reading Minibus details available for Get Growing Day 9 June!