Last Thursday we had a tea party at Broom House for those involved with the bereavement Support Gardening Group.
It was great to see people of all ages having a chat together.
Our Growing Hope programme for schools is continuing at our Bisley allotment.
We have 6 children attending from 4 local schools.
Thank you to Waitrose Stroud customers for voting for us in the community fund. Ronan's Trust received £475 which is helping to make improvment sto our Bisley allotment.
We have been busy harvesting the strawberries at the allotment. There were so many that one family have made some delicious jam. It has been glorious weather but the plants were in desperate need for a drink.
Our Woodland Crafts Day held at Westonbirt brought a group of people of all ages together to explore the beautiful Old Arboretum.
The Bisley Bereavement Gardening Support Group meets at the moment on Monday afternoons, We cleared weeds and panted runner beans, courgettes, lettuce as well Pak choi seeds and other salad crops.
Our bereavement Gardening group started a couple of weeks ago at Broom House in Matson, Gloucester.
Our Bereavement Support Gardening Group has begun at Broom House in Matson Gloucester. This group has been funded by Gloucester City Homes and Ronan's Trust are delighted to be working with Fair Shares Gloucester and Life Changes Gloucester to enable this project to happen.
Our group in Tetbury has been busy creating a new bed . Seeds have been ordered and planting will begin.
The tulips and daffodils planted last Autumn are looking wonderful
A huge thank you to everyone who took part on our Art Workshop fundraiser.
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