Save the date, next action day Saturday 15th December!!!
Update: The cats were back on 17th November! This time Fanny was joined by C.A.T (Cable Avoidance Tool), that was kindly provided by our super local and amazing Focus Plant Hire (on Gipsy Hill), and a strimmer provided by the also amazing Library of Things (from Upper Norwood Liburary). Great work preparing the soil, and tidying up.. and another 20+ bags cleared away!
We are now ready for bulb planting!
And… look was found… we may need some help from a local brewery to discover what this really tasted like!
… and… Wow!.. What a great morning’s work by volunteers… and project management by Fanny…
Thany you again to Focus Plant Hire (on Gipsy Hill),
Saturday 20th October – Update
HUGE thank you to ALL the volunteers who dropped by to lend a hand… and the unbelievable amount we all achieved today!
… and during…
So…. please do keep a look out for the NEXT friends events…
as… we are measureing up… for what happens next!
But to help make a communtiy garden happen… please please click here to help and back our project on spacehive… https://www.spacehive.com/friends-rejuvenation-of-gipsy-hill
Saturday 20th October!
It’s a “buddleia blitz” and bush trimming bonanza! Save the date!
Meet: 9.50am meet up Brown and Green at the front of the Station.
We are getting access to the Gipsy Hill Station grounds for some tidying up… and autumnal gardening!
If you are interested in coming to help to start the tidy up then… GET IN TOUCH! Email to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can send out details nearer the time. We are limited in how many people can get access (20 max).
You will need sensible footwear (no sandals or open toe shoes preferably sturdy boots), gardening gloves etc and we’ll supply a Hi-vis vest and equipment for the day. For this session, adults only, as we prepare and tidy up the area.
Hope you can join us
And.. ALSO… Good news we nearly 20% there ALREADY on our crowdfunding appeal on Spacehive… for a community garden at Gipsy Hill station! Check it out, and if you want to see it happen, please make a pledge.
Francis and Andy and all the Friends of Gipsy Hill!