Caldmore Community Garden – Edible Gardens / Wild About Gardens Open Day
Saturday 20 September 2014, 12-4pm
Caldmore Community Garden invites the young and the old and the ones in the middle to come along and savour our garden on Edible Gardens open day on Saturday 20th of September.
Calling all children and young people to help the wildlife and build a BUG HOTEL – bring some twigs, bamboo canes, straw and plastic bottles and help the bugs get cosy for the cold months.
To keep your fingers busy, there are plenty of lavender sachets to make and take home to make that lovely scent last through the winter.
Meet the writer – David Calcutt is starting his 12 months residency in the garden and needs to hear your story! He’ll also be collecting your thoughts about gardens for his first piece of writing.
And last but definitely not least, it’s festival time: Good Traditions will rock the garden playing its folk rock tunes on our garden stage!
Try our harvest and have some homemade Asian food made from our organically grown garden. Tea and coffee and hot drinks available.
We have come a long way to the harvest, you are truly, warmly welcome to share our garden with us!
Be there and stand proud!
Caldmore Community Garden, Carless Street, WS1 3RH Walsall
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It’s July garden time! See you this Saturday for regular work in the garden, relaxing on the grass (if the sun stays with us or comes back for the day!) and fun preparations for the Moth Night 2014!
Saturday 5th July, 12-4pm, Carless Street.
It isn’t really a video – it’s a ‘montage’ of a whole load of very lovely still photos by a variety of people (not going to list them in case I miss someone out and upset someone).
Does that headline make sense?
We’re bringing you snippets of things you may have missed and things we particularly liked (in no special order – no favourites here)
Anyway, we were very lucky to have an up-and-coming band, the Night VI, appear on Saturday evening.
They’re kicking up a bit of a storm in that London and, by the time this appears, they’ll be living it up in Switzerland, or packing their bags, coiling their guitar leads and checking they’ve got enough plectrums, spare strings for the harp and all the things touring bands have to do.
They were pretty impressive, we think you’ll agree; if you didn’t see them we’ve got a video of one of their songs here…
Those that know about such things tell us that these lovely people are going to be big stars so it was a rare privilege to see them at our Festival.
Here’s something for sports fans
There was a brilliant cross-section of music and dance at this year’s Festival (there’s ALWAYS a brilliant cross-section…).
Here are a couple of acts
Jaimal Mystry Dancers
There are more videos on our YouTube Channel, by the way.
And if you’ve got some videos or photos that you’re particularly proud of, or you think we’d all enjoy please share on YouTube or on Facebook