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Community Gardening

As Spring arrives in 2024, we are getting together with volunteers to help make the most of our outdoor space at St Anne’s House.

For those who haven’t visited before, we have a stretch of land just off the car park which isn’t in use at the moment, and we’d like to work with local people and visitors to find out what you’d like to see in the space.

Join local resident Nohelia to share ideas, do a bit of prepping of the space and come along to see what we can do.

A patch of grass with trees and a path
Current garden space outside St Anne’s House – April 2024.

It could be both a community garden with peas, tomatoes, berries, and other edible goodies, and have more of a social seating space for tenants and visitors to meet one another, chat, and enjoy.

Fill in this short survey

To help us make a plan for the space

It will only take a minute!

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Volunteering sessions from April 2024:

No experience needed, sessions will involve things like planting, clearing weeds and cutting back but there will also be time to contribute to the future of the space and drink tea! Come along for as long as you like and bring gloves if you have them!

You do not have to come for the full duration of the sessions – just turn up:

  • Wednesday 10 April, 4.30 – 6.30pm
  • Thursday 25 April, 11am – 1pm
  • Monday 06 May, 10.30am – 1pm
  • Thursday 16 May, 4.30 – 6.30pm
  • Wednesday 05 June, 4.30 – 6.30pm
  • Saturday 15 June (part of St Anne’s Open House/BS4 Arts Trail), 11am – 2pm.

If you’d like to talk more about this you can get in touch with Georgia on georgia@bricksbristol.org.

If you’d like regular updates on sessions please sign up

Your details will only be contacted about upcoming sessions and updates on the garden.

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A patch of grass with a tree and behind a large building with lots of windows and teal tiling
Front of St Anne’s House looking from the garden – April 2024.

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