February top tips for the garden….

February top tips for the garden….

February usually sees the first signs of spring, Snowdrops beginning to open, some early crocus and daffodils pushing through the soil and perhaps warm days and Sunshine???  So, what to do? …  find the wellies and clear up after the floods and wind. Very early...
New Community garden news

New Community garden news

Nature Blog – Community Garden As we come into 2021, the Community Garden is looking beautifully prepared and inviting. Fabulous volunteers have created beds for veg, flowers and fruit, with woodchip paths in between. We sowed a green manure –‘phacelia’ to keep hold...
Veganuary recipe to try

Veganuary recipe to try

Recipe for Veganuary: Madhu’s Baigun Bhartha Many of the dishes at Madhu’s at The Grove are in fact, vegan. So for those participating in Veganuary – and for those who are not – we asked the Madhu’s team to share one of their most popular recipes. This authentic,...
Watch out for Covid Scammers

Watch out for Covid Scammers

Neighbourhood Watch Advice: We have been alerted to a highly believable scam which starts with a text and advises the user that they are eligible to apply for the vaccine and to click on the link in the text message. The user is then led to a webpage, which looks very...
Junior Journalist Ava gives us her update …

Junior Journalist Ava gives us her update …

Hello, Ava here (Junior Journalist)   I hope you are all well and trying to stay positive in our 3rd lockdown. I just want to say how I feel about home learning and what I enjoy about it and what I dislike about it, plus much more . When I am doing home learning I...
2021 January Garden hints

2021 January Garden hints

New year, new day, new restrictions, except we can still get out into the garden, well when the weather allows!! So, continue to stock up on seeds and plants, or at least put them on order. Early potatoes are in garden centres now, so do not delay. At the end of the...