school garden

school garden

Thursday, 26 June 2014

At last......!

In what can only be described as a 'blogflash' the very  latest good news is that on tuesday Henry arrived at 8.00am with his digger and has now prepared the ground ready for the garden group to proceed with the Jurassic Garden project.

The ground was first raked and we now have a large pile of 'stuff' to get rid of but most of it is of an organic nature so we can compost a lot of it down.  The larger pieces will be taken to the green skip at the recycling centre as we cannot really handle them.

The machine did in five hours what the garden group would have taken weeks to do. There is a little bit of work to finish off and then we can mark out and start the ammonite shaped path.  We already have the path edging and posts- made from recycled plastic

The Jurassic Garden will not happen over night. There is still a lot of manual work to be done and of course we need funds to purchase the expensive large ferns,shrubs etc fitting for such a garden.

More reason to visit us then on July 5th when the garden is open.  Final details later

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