Wednesday 28 September

Community Gardening

Transition Town Wellington’s Community Gardening Sessions

TTW looks after a number of council owned public green spaces in Wellington, planting food baring trees, bushes and plants for the community, as well as improving the sites for wildlife and creating wildflower meadows. To find out more visit ttw.org.uk. 

In this session we will be looking after the nut and fruit trees and bushes found onsite, and clearing back any brambles that are in the wrong place. A variety of gardening activities are available.

Everyone is welcome to the sessions, no need to book and no prior experience needed, all ages are welcome, but please can children under 18 be accompanied by an adult. Tools will be provided. Generally speaking, it’s always useful to wear gardening gloves and suitable shoes- wellies or walking boots are great, as these sessions are held in fields with uneven ground.

Any changes due to weather will be communicated via the website or Facebook. For more information email community.ttw@gmail.com.

For directions to each site use this link http://ttw.org.uk/directions

Event Overview

Wednesday 28 September

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Longacre Community Garden, Rockwell Green, Wellington, UK

Event type

  • Family friendly
  • Free event
  • Outdoor event

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Additional information

Please consider the residents and try to either walk or cycle, parking is very limited in this residential area. If you have to drive, please park further away and walk to the gate.

There is only one access. The GPS coordinates for the gate into longacre from Dobree Park are 50.974877, -3.250810. Using the what3words.comapp, the three words are ///grants.flexibly.tablets.

Dobree Park TA21 9RT, or walking access via Greenway road TA21 9DE. From the end of Greenway road take the footpath to the bottom of Dobree Park. Turn right and you will see the gate. 

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Organisation

More about Wellington Green Week

Our Green Week comprises of 8 events throughout the week; community gardening sessions working on creating free food forests in public green spaces, two film events, a children’s workshop, an introduction to permaculture and a waste free market! Wellington is a thriving community with plenty of folks who care about the environment, if you’ve not met others of like mind yet, then do come along- it’ll be educational as well as fun!

Check out the individual listings for more info.

Brief info

Transition Town Wellington’s Community Gardening Sessions

Saturday 24th September 10am Location; Fox’s Field

Wednesday 28th September 10am Location; Longacre

Friday 30th September 10am Location; Fox’s Field

For directions to each site use this link http://ttw.org.uk/directions

Saturday 24th September 10am-12pm

Botanical Kids Workshop- Into the Wild
Price:£15 (the link is right, as the date was postponed.)

Saturday 23rd July – BOTANiCAL KiDS workshop – Into The Wild — The Local Folk

Sunday 25th September 10am – 4pm- Permaculture for Beginners
PRICE: £50

https://www.thelocalfolk.co.uk/upcoming-events/sunday-25th-september-permaculture-for-beginners

Friday 30th September 9.30am            2040 and Archive Film Workshop

Location; St John’s Church.                               

This workshop and screening are available to KS2 schoolchildren, schools who would like to book seats should contact us directly by sending an email to info@somersetfilm.com or calling 01278 433187.

www.wellingtonfilmfestival.org.uk

Saturday 1st October 10am-3pm            Waste-Free Living Market

https://www.thelocalfolk.co.uk/events-list/waste-free-makers-market

Saturday 1st October 7-9.30pm.             Green Film Night

Hosted by Transition Town Wellington

Venue: Alan Rogers Centre, Wellington School

Film: This Good Earth will be preceded by two short films also about food and sustainability:

Flying Over Fox’s Field by Jem McCluskey, Reflexeye Films

Eat up! Better living, less waste by Dan Edelstyn, Rapid Transition Alliance

www.wellingtonfilmfestival.org.uk

https://this-good-earth.com/

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