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A Birthday at Grace and Flavour

Just under a year ago, I wrote about my first day of planting at Grace and Flavour.

This afternoon, We went and joined over 80 others to celebrate the 1st Birthday


This fantastic community garden has joined young and old together, has provided fresh vegetables to members, local residents through 2 shops, and by a tythe to local community groups.

For our family it provides somewhere to go and join in, -without obligation and when we can, with a healthy outdoor activity. (Although you often eat more cake than you've burned calories digging). As a gardener there is always more to learn, and I love hearing from other gardeners how they do things.


As well as celebrating the first year of community gardening today, - We helped celebrate as the first plants went in the allotment area.


This is William, trying to look like he actually helped to plant David and Dana Leigh's gooseberry bush (he didn't!)

So congratulations to all the Grace and Flavour members, and to the team who helped to make this possible, (you know who you are) Here's to many more years of Cake and Cropping at Grace and Flavour


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Thanks Claire - all beautifully put (as ever). I passed by the new allotments on the site today (could not resist) to find a few at work - so lovely to be going into this new phase. To Cake and Cropping it is!

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