Larkhall Festival – Garden Trail Monday 4th May

Alice Park Community Garden will be taking part in the Larkhall Festival’s garden trail on Monday 4th May, 10am-3pm.  The garden will be open for everyone to visit, and there will be a cake and plant sale, gardening advice, volunteer information, as well as a Willow Weaving workshop. Everyone is welcome, and we would love you to pop by to see our wonderful garden.

Willow Weaving workshop: this will be held at the garden on Monday the 4th May, from 10-1pm, for only £5.  Places are currently fully booked, but if you would like to be contacted if someone drops out then please contact Annie at or call 01225 571296

For more information about Larkhall Festival please visit


Green Woodworking workshop 25 October 2014

Many thanks to Tim Gatfield, Charlie and Red from The Cherry Wood Project for such an enjoyable morning at Alice Park Community Garden. Tim shared the principles of green woodworking and taught participants how to craft spatulas from alder. The group used shave horses, draw knives, craft knives and axes to practice their new skills and get a taste for the potential of working with wood.





Green Woodworking Workshop

Green Woodworking workshop  a different sort of October carving to the usual pumpkins..last few places for Sat Oct 25th – see EVENTS for details

The Alternative Produce Show

The Alternative Produce Show a blustery day of the curious, marvellous delicious and downright silly. Thanks to everyone who took year we’ll be at Bath Organic Garden it’s never to early to start planning your entries.

The Alternative Produce Show Sunday 17 August 1-5pm

The fun fruit and vegetable produce show where odd shaped vegetables, slugs and snails are welcome! See poster and schedule for more details on how to join in, or just come along and enjoy the fun!

The show is designed for anybody of any age who is, or might be, interested in growing fruit and veg, who likes eating food that contains fruit and veg (chocolate and rhubarb cake, anyone?) or who’s creative. The emphasis is on taste and on creativity, not on growing perfect looking veg. Points mean prizes for children who take part, while adults receive a distinctive certificate.

Fancy Dress parade at 2.30pm

Grow Your Own Lunch 14 July

Our last session in the kitchen at St Saviour’s Infant school today – another tasty meal to take home and share with the family. The time has flown by and the garden is abundant – the children and their families will be popping in over the summer holidays to check on their vegetables and keep them watered and all will be invited back at the start of the new school year to take part in a harvest celebration.

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