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2016 January to June Programme

Our 2016 Jan to June Programme Thursday Jan 14 meeting – Virginia Fassnidge and David Bays report back on the 2015 National Wildlife Gardening Forum and the London Wildlife Trust AGM  Thursday Feb 11 meeting – local expert John Wells … Continue reading

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Next Meeting

We meet on the 2nd Thursday of the month from April to October (except for July and August, when  we organise days out)  at Northfields Community Centre, Northcroft Road, Ealing, London W13 9SS. Map From November to March members take it … Continue reading

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2015 March – July Programme

Thursday Mar 12, meeting – The local Transition group are coming to talk about projects, including their community allotment and other gardening projects Thursday Apr 9, gardening/meeting – work on the Community Centre garden from 7pm to 8pm, then planning … Continue reading

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Our new garden!

We’ve been meeting regularly at Northfields Community Centre for quite a while, but it’s only just occurred to us that they have a garden there that needs a little love and attention! It’s a nice, open space, with good light, … Continue reading

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Bees in Danger

WOWga members and friends may be interested in attending a public meeting that Ealing Friends of the Earth are holding this week, entitled “Bees in Danger”: Recently a staggering 72% drop in UK honey yields has been reported. Winter drought … Continue reading

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Edible Garden Hits & Misses of 2011

2011 was quite a challenging season for the vegetable gardener: we had a very dry, hot spring, followed by a moderately warm and dry summer, with few warm evenings, which got amazingly wet and warm come August (ideal for tomato … Continue reading

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Open Garden Squares: Wenlock Herb Garden

I must admit, that on first sight, this small plot, surrounded by high-rise blocks and bordered by a basket-ball court, looked like it might be disappointing: but how wrong I was! Michael Turrisi has created a community garden with a difference: … Continue reading

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