Great News!

https://membership.coop.co.uk/causes/63842

More great news! We are very grateful to have been chosen as one of the Coop Community Local Good Causes for 21/22!

If you are a Co-op member, please choose us as your good cause and encourage your friends to do the same. You can choose us and also become a member on the following link

https://membership.coop.co.uk/causes/63842

Whenever you buy coop products and use your membership card you will be contributing to the ongoing work to regenerate the garden, increase biodiversity and maximise use of the space for the local community. Thank you!

Garden Enhancement

Much work has been completed in the garden over the past week or two.  Thanks to such efficient workers from SCOTBARK laying bark chips and pathways in the centre of the garden.

A wide selection of Spring Bulbs has been planted, really looking forward to seeing them appear next spring.

Some photos of the mammoth Spring bulb planting. What a difference that machine makes to plant bulbs. Looks a bit like moles have been busy.

Many thanks also to our EC Park Manager and Rangers The grass was cut for the last time before winter yesterday and the rangers helped blow all the leaves into piles for our Leaf Mulch compost bin. So much achieved in so short time.

Great News for the garden.

We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded a “Places Called Home” grant of ¬£4,750 from The National Lottery Community Fund and IKEA UK. A very welcome boost to our work to increase use of the garden through cultural events, regeneration of the barren areas and a sensory play area for children. Follow our progress on this site!

Family Event: Story telling

STORYTELLING

Hopetoun Crescent Garden

Free family event

Wednesday 20th Oct. 11am.

COME ALONG AND ENJOY STORIES

 & ART ACTIVITIES IN THE GARDEN.

Further information  STORYTELLING CENTRE,  EDINBURGH

0131 556 9579. https://sisf.online.red61.co.uk/event/913:3951/

Working in the Garden

Three excellent Edinburgh Council workers from the Park Rangers giving our lovely trees the necessary trim of beard and haircuts for the winter. Jess and Mark on the right are students working in the garden as part of their university course.
Martin. Jess and Mark. Many Thanks