We’re now harvesting our Spaghetti Squash at the Garden – pop in to see us, buy one and then try our latest Recipe of the Month! Spaghetti Squash has solid, bright yellow flesh and is similar to other raw squash but when cooked, the flesh falls away from the fruit in ribbons or strands like … Continue reading Recipe of the Month – With Spaghetti Squash
Thanks to funding from the Federation of City Farms and Gardens and from the Community Land Advisory Service, 31 students, volunteers and staff members were able to enjoy a visit to a similar project called Oaktree Farm, in Staffordshire. A few of us had travelled there before, so we knew that we would be welcomed … Continue reading Visit to Oaktree Farm – 17th September
If you haven’t entered our prize competition yet, there’s still plenty of time for a chance to win a gift voucher and some tasty fresh produce. We know she’s a sneaky fairy and well-hidden but the Elf police have given us this photo which may help you to track her down! Don’t forget to submit … Continue reading Hunting for the Erlas Fairy?
We have potatoes, cabbage, runner beans, dessert and eating apples available at the moment. There will soon be spaghetti squash ready, and our mulberries are continuing to ripen. Crab apples will be also ready soon, as well as leeks and squash! All grown organically, in Wrexham! Call us on 01978 265058 to check availability and … Continue reading Fresh Produce!
Our mulberries have started to ripen and are now available from the garden, so here are a couple of delicious mulberry recipes for you to try.
Jackie very kindly came in one afternoon to give some of our ladies a lesson in nail art. They all really enjoyed themselves, although only Sally was brave enough to have her own nails painted. Thanks very much Jackie!
Thanks to everyone who attended and helped make our Open Day such a success – we raised over £1,040
We were delighted by the interest at our stand at The Wrexham Story on 4th July. Great weather meant a good turnout and we hope everyone we saw learned a little more about the project. Come and see us soon!