Second open meeting for Charlton’s community garden

After a successful meeting back in February, plans for a community garden on Highcombe continue to gather pace.

A steering group has been formed that meet regularly and they’ve just announced their second open meeting.

It”ll be taking place at 8pm on Thursday 10th May at Alexandra Hall on Bramshot Avenue.

That evening they’ll be updating people with details on how they’re negotiating for the land, what the group’s constitution will be and what funding they have applied for.

They’re also urging people to bring spare seeds, seedlings or plants to swap with your neighbours. As well as announcing an edible window box competition to be judged in late summer.

If you need more details then you can email Judy at charlton.community.garden[at]gmail.com.

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3 Responses to Second open meeting for Charlton’s community garden

  1. Mrs Joyce Snipp says:

    Hi, I have been told about the Edible Windowbox Competition.I would be pleased to have more details, so far no results. Not much news on your Website. Could be better, How can I enter the Competition.Please tell me.? Regards Joyce Snipp member of The Charlton Society & Charlton & Blackheath Amateur Horticultural Soc. I am sure someone there would like to know.

    • Matt says:

      Hi Joyce, sorry I don’t know any more details. Probably best to email Judy at the email address above – I’m sure she can reply to any questions.

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