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Open Gardens June and July 2011

Sunday 31st July 2011 from 11am to 5pm
The National Gardens Scheme
UK Open Gardens


1 Belton Close (Steve Bustin and John Williams)

85 Princes Crescent (George Coleby)
Open Garden 2011

118 Richmond Road (Vicky Sharman and John Bridger)

All three gardens are open for a combined admission of £3.


The proceeds go to selected charities. See www.ngs.org.uk
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Gardening Links
Bevendean Community Food Garden - provision of an organic and local food alternative - volunteering opportunies.

Brighton Community Compost Centre, Stanmer - guaranteed locally recycled and re-used.

Brighton Permaculture Trust - Sustainable Ecological Design.

Brighton Unemployed Centre Families Project - BUCFP Community Allotment -
Monday afternoon sessions at Walpole Road allotment site on Whitehawk Hill open to BUC users.

Brighton and Hove Allotments Federation - Development, provision and protection of allotments.

Brighton and Hove Food Partnership - support for a localised food system.

Brighton and Hove Organic Gardening Group - support for local organic gardeners.

Clearview Community Allotment (Hollingdean) - learn how to grow your own food and vegetables.

Composting and garden waste - info from Brighton and Hove City Council.

Harvest Brighton and Hove - grow your own and eat local food.

How to grow your own fruit & veg - Training from Harvest Brighton and Hove.

Moulsecoomb Forest Garden and Wildlife Project - involving children in planting, growing and eating healthy food.

North Portslade Community Allotment Group - a community group meeting regularly on a plot in Mile Oak.

Nourish Community Farm (Stanmer Park) - grow fruit, veg, herbs and plants to sell - volunteering opportunities.

Queens Park VEG (vegetable education garden) - regular open work and education days: Tues 5.30-7.30pm.

Round Hill Gardens Open for Charity - Belton Close, Richmond Road, Princes Crescent.

Stanmer Organics - habitat creation, environmental protection and improvement.

Sussex Roots (Falmer) - growing food, local herblore, crafts - organic principles, incorporating permaculture.

The Garden House 5 Warleigh Road - Workshops, Courses & Garden Visits.

The National Gardens Scheme - gardens open for charity near you.

The Sussex Beacon’s Garden Gadabout - open gardens in aid of HIV support charity.

Whitehawk Community Food Project - organic, biodynamic and permaculture techniques and principles.
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