February has been a busy month, starting new projects in the garden and getting everything ready for the next growing season.
With our regular garden visitors, including participants from Kingfisher school and Style Acre, we've started improving infrastructure and preparing to sow seeds.
Read on to hear about what we've been doing.
7th September 2018
It was a lovely warm dry evening, last Friday night, when a lively group of regular volunteers and Friends of Stonehill Community Garden gathered to celebrate the harvest.
2018 was our third growing season and saw the garden flourish in many ways! We hope you will enjoy hearing about all that's happened over this last year.
Thanks to the dedicated work of volunteers, the Stonehill Community Garden team and workshop participants this year, we have:
The diversity of our visitors has also grown, from the ladies of "Drayton Wives" to the "Community Payback Scheme" workers, as well as our long term groups; we’ve continued to build strong ties with Style Acre, Kingfisher School, South Oxfordshire Food and Education Alliance (SOFEA) and DAMASCUS youth club. Each group and every individual meet, work and relax together each week. We talk and share a sandwich and a cup of tea while reconnecting with nature and the outdoors.