It’s that time of year again and Ulla’s green fingered patrol will be searching for the best of our front gardens, window boxes and balconies.
Could you be one of 250 residents to get a certificate and prize?
You’ll have to be around on Festival Day (3rd August) to collect your prize in the park.
There is more information here.
On Monday evening, Claire and her team of GoodGym volunteers met up with longtime Friends, Simon and Nigel, to give some very gratefully received help in the park.
You can read more here.
Thank you, Claire and your entire, hard-working team.
Learn more about GoodGym here and here. It’s a wonderful community project.
FREE* DOG WORKSHOP ‘for the dog owner that wants to be responsible’
In the dog area of Queen’s Park Gardens in Ilbert Street, W10
ALL DOG BREEDS WELCOME
July 2019 DATES:
Saturday, July 13th
Saturday, July 20th
Saturday, July 21st
TIMES: 10.30am to 11.30am
‘No extension leads please’
‘Walking to heel’
‘recall, barking and fear aggression socialising
For all dog advice, please contact Crissie 07949 523 710 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
*funded by Queen’s Park Community Fund Panel
Once again, our friends at HCGA have planned a gardening course for us to attend and one session is about houseplants….and it’s free! (Learn more about the rest of the course here.)
Thursday 13th June 10.30 -12.30 Houseplant Gardening –
Come and learn –
- How to care for your houseplants
- How to take cuttings
- Make a terrarium to take home
Email email@example.com for more details or to book a place Location:
The Beethoven Centre, Third Avenue London W10 4JL
Our next gardening session will be:
Saturday, 1st June 2019 – 10am to midday
Click here to join our mailing list . The sessions are always weather permitting.
We are so lucky to have wonderful people in our community like Lizzy. She has organised an Easter Egg Hunt in the Wildlife Area on Easter Monday! Just £1 to enter.
Do come along from 11am.
We had a very industrious couple of hours work today.
Steve from Continental Landscapes gave us some witch hazel and lavender to plant today and some hops that Claire potted on, to strengthen before planting out.
If you can, take a closer look at the witch hazel. It is such an interesting plant.
Errol kindly helped us inflate the tyre on our barrow.
Here are Alison and Simon planting the lavender.
The daffodils springing up amongst the euphorbia was an inspired bit of planting, thanks to Charlotte’s suggestion.
The wild garlic gets stronger every year. Look out for the pretty white flowers further into Spring.
We had a lovely surprise by the roof-top pool on the Bug Hotel. Someone has planted these cheerful violets.
Recently, Charlotte brought some willow cut-offs from her garden and she planted them, for which we thank her.
Neil refilled the bug hotel and Ray laid some woodland walk path where people are cutting through.
A father brought his 3 year old son and they were wonderfully helpful by picking litter, and came back with a huge bag full!
Our next session is on Saturday, 16th February from 10am until 12, noon.
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