Lots of work has been happening at Pasteur Gardens in Enfield to set up the new community market garden on the 7 acres which has been derelict for 20 years.
The land has been cleared, compost toilet built, the education space developed and water is now on site.
And now it’s time for a tractor to plough the field, mark out the beds and then cover the land for the winter!
The site in February 2016
There are two exciting volunteers days happening in the next weeks:
3rd October, 10am – 4pm – Tractor ploughing land
Bramble roots removal + other tasks
15th October, 11am – 4pm, Mega Mulch!
Covering the land for winter, bulb planting + site tours
Both days are open to volunteers of all ages
– Please wear clothes for gardening + sturdy footwear
– If possible bring food for a shared picnic
– Refreshments provided!
– Please note alot of the site is not currently wheelchair accessible
Gates at end of Queensland avenue, N18 1AT – Parking available on site
Contact for more info: 07784 946798 – firstname.lastname@example.org