This dedicated community garden gives local residents some quiet time, allows children to explore wildlife and offers space that families can enjoy together. The garden has a wildlife pond, an orchard, herb and flowerbeds as well as a pergola and a winding path leading to a small fernery.
There will be plants and garden herbs for sale, many grown from cuttings taken from the garden by local garden volunteers.
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