Welcome to the Secret Garden South of Bobber's Mill Bridge in Nottingham

Welcome to Windmill Community Gardens, home of the Climate Friendly Gardeners Project.

We are a group of local people, who are nurturing a wonderful community garden in the heart of the city. You'll find us just South of Bobbersmill Bridge, on the allotment site at the South end of Ascot Road. The Gardens are a great place where anyone can come to find out more about growing their own food in a changing climate. We cater for all abilities and welcome any nationality or age group.

Why not come and join us?

Friday 17 November 2017

Please Help Us!

Please, please vote for us in the Aviva Community Fund! Anyone can vote, from anywhere in the world, and Windmill Community Gardens really needs funds to create a warm and dry space for activities in Winter and bad weather. If you haven't yet voted for us in the Aviva Fund vote, please, please do! And if you can persuade friends and relatives to help, that would be even better!

We need as many votes as possible, not just 1000, so don't be put off and please vote before Monday!

Here's the LINK!

Look at us shivering in the chilly polytunnel, and look at all
those patched holes where the crows have pecked holes in it!

Christmas Herbal Workshop - back by popular demand!

Everyone loves our annual Christmas Herbal workshop with Katherine Bellchambers, so we're doing it again. This time Katherine, a trained medical herbalists will help us to make bath bombs and lip balm. You'll be able to take home lots of goodies, though we'll be asking for a donation of between £5 and £10 per person to cover ingredients and refreshments.

If you want to book a place, send a message on this blog, or a text to the number on the poster.

Look forward to seeing you, but book soon, as the places are already going fast!

Monday 6 November 2017

A little present from one of our volunteers

One of the nice things about having our volunteers is that they bring all kinds of talents and hobbies with them, and Stuart, one of our Thursday volunteers is a keen poet, so we commissioned a poem for our Pumpkin Celebration and here it is: