Discover your local community garden!
Along with other Edible / Community Gardens in York, we’ll be hosting a series of events at The Nose on Saturday 16 July, 2.00-4.00pm.
The Nose is the triangular patch of land next to St Clements Church, Nunthorpe Road, York.
Harvest fruit, veg and herbs to take home
Help us create a new raised bed
Get tips on composting
Free scones with homemade jam
Organised by Planet Southbank as part of Edible Open Gardens 2016. For details of the other Edible Gardens open on July 16th, visit http://edibleyork.org.uk/newsevents/eventscalendar/
Organised by St Nicks:
Learn how to turn your house into an efficient & comfortable eco home – from people who have done it! Visit living demonstrations of energy saving measures such as draught-proofing, insulation, low energy lighting, renewable heating or electricity generation & other green living choices. Be inspired by the event hosts’ stories and get tips on how to give an eco makeover to your own, or rented, home. Even small, low cost measures can make a big difference. Go and ask lots of questions, and learn from both good and bad experiences of the event hosts.
Need more help to plan your own home eco makeover? Book on aFREE follow-up Future-proof Your Home workshop on Saturday 11th June which will show you how to reduce the energy needs of your home and improve its resilience through emergency planning. This event is part of the York Festival of Ideas.
Both listed events are organised by St Nicks – York’s centre for nature and green living, and kindly funded by Efficiency North’s EN:Able Community Investment Fund
Free entry. For more information & all the listings go tohttp://york.greenopenhomes.net or call 01904 411821. #YOEH2016
St Nicks (registered as Friends of St Nicholas Fields, charity no.1153739)
St Nicks Environment Centre, Rawdon Ave., York YO10 3ST
t: 01904 411821 * w: www.stnicks.org.uk
Planet South Bank is supporting the launch of OnePlanetYork, a vibrant local partnership working the vision of a more sustainable, resilient and collaborative ‘One Planet’ city.
Here we are with the world!, celebrating the launch in the community garden next to St Clements Church.
OnePlanetYork formally launches on 15 June – information here.
These are OnePlanetYork’s core principles for creating a truly sustainable city; and there’s a facebook page too with more details about what’s on.
Our fortnightly session at the community garden (The Nose), by St Clements Church on Scarcroft Road – Sunday 8 May, 2 – 3 pm.
Our theme this time is bee-ing welcoimng, so we’ll be attending to our bee-friendly border, planting for bees (and for humans – rhubarb and courgettes), and the usual housekeeping to keep the garden tidy.
Like to practise or improve your gardening skills? Come and join us! We’ll provide the tools, gloves, friendly company etc.
This Sunday, 2-3pm.
To help celebrate the launch of One Planet York
, please come along to a very short photo opportunity at The Nose garden at St Clements Church, tomorrow Thursday 14 April at 5.45pm. There will be a big inflatable Earth to display!
Partners, families, friends are warmly invited too.
We’ll be able to tell you about Planet South Bank’s activities for the year ahead, and you can see how the Community garden is faring as the new growing season begins – the garden is open to everyone who wants to do some gardening or to improve their fruit and veg growing skills.
Thank you!, on behalf of Planet South Bank and One Planet York.
Next session Sunday 24 April, 2.30pm.
You might have already noticed the changes made after we got together on Sunday , working off Sunday lunch and getting the beds into shape for spring.
Come down, meet like-minded gardening folk, and burn off the Yorkshire puds with a little light digging or weeding! All welcome, green-fingered or gardening newbies. We’ll be back there again on Sunday 24 April to plant spuds and do fun potatoey things too!
We’ve received notification of a York Council for Voluntary Services’ event this Friday.
On Friday April 8, at the Priory Street Centre, York CVS aims to bring together the voluntary sector and those who wish to discuss the lessons learnt from last year’s floods in York.
By sharing the sector’s experiences of how the reaction to the floods could have been improved, we aim to better plan for future emergencies in York. This event is free, and you can find more information and book tickets here.
For more information please contact:
Communications and Marketing Officer
15 Priory Street
01904 621133, firstname.lastname@example.org