Open Garden at The Nose, 21 – 22 September

The Nose is always open: you’re welcome to look around, pull up a weed or two, and of course help yourself to a fair share of what’s available for picking. Radishes available at the moment!, in our new Salad Bed.

This weekend, we’re especially open! From 2 – 4pm this Saturday and Sunday, we’ll be there to give you a tour, help you get started if you want to learn more about planting and growing, and to introduce you to some of the folk who keep The Nose going.

Maybe you’re already interested – looked over the railings a couple of times, but not made contact yet? Here’s your chance; we look forward to welcoming you.

The Nose is next to St Clements church, on Scarcroft Road.

While we’re online, we can’t help but share with you some of the judges’ feedback when they re-awarded us the Green Flag earlier this year. “Very welcoming … friendly appearance … it is hard to think of a way in which [the garden] could be used more effectively or positively to serve the needs of the community”.

We hope you agree; and even though the judges find it hard to think of better things we could do, we’re thinking about what we do next on The Nose. Cookery classes? A course in vegetable planting and harvesting? Plant identification sessions? Got an idea? Let us know!

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About John Gray

My work with people in organisations connects me to the deeper questions - in myself, and in the world around. This blog helps me explore those connections. I work as a freelance organisational consultant.
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