Sunday fun at the allotment (with cake!)

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Sunday 19th November 2023

Report written by Rachel Levick

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The rain held off for Sunday’s task which saw two of us head to Sneinton Primary School’s Community Allotment. We met Kathryn on arrival and helped her move some tools and equipment from the road up to the allotment. We then set to work clearing an area at the back of the garden, removing brambles and ivy. The idea is that this area will eventually be a bug house where the children can view creepy crawlies.

After an hour we downed tools and were treated to a bit of chocolate cake curtesy of Kathryn!

The allotment is a lovely peaceful space and we had a view of the Greens Windmill and Science Centre which is right next door. Kathryn and some of the other parents have big plans to develop the allotment further and we hope to visit again to help out in the near future.

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Sneinton primary school allotment clearing
Part of the allotment is overgrown and needs clearing

Sneinton c of e school has a community allotment for children and the community to learn about and grow fruit, veg and flowers.

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Mon 20th Nov 2023 at 3:21pm

Great job :)