The Alice Park Community Garden is in full bloom. Larkhall is coming together to bring in the harvest.
In 2010 it was a piece of wasteground hidden behind a tall hedge in a corner of Alice Park. After four years of hard work it now consists of a row of raised vegetable beds, fruit trees and a circular social area with log seating and a wildlife pond.
The garden was set up by members of Transition Larkhall’s Food Group and continues to be run by them on a voluntary basis. By sharing skills and knowledge, and encouraging volunteers and visitors to grow their own fruit and vegetables, Alice Park Community Garden gives local people the tools for self-reliance as well as being a social hub where local community members can gather.
Drop in Volunteer Sessions: Sessions currently oh hold until the Spring
Can you help? New visitors always welcome!
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