Early September Update

It was a beautiful early September day in the garden on Tuesday 3rd; the sun was out and the garden was alive with plenty of butterflies sunning themselves. They didn’t respond to requests to stay still long enough to get a decent photo, but they were a beautiful sight none the less.

Small Tortoiseshell sunning itself

The gardeners were out in force again, fighting the never ending battle with the weeds.

Deb, Ian and Hilary weeding the leek bed, while Joyce, Pat and Gareth were hard at work in the adjoining plot.
Ann Morton paid us a visit and was deep in discussion with Hilary
Phil and Helen taking a break out of the hot sun

Next Event

We are looking forward to seeing you at our next open day which is on Sunday 15th September when we will be open to visitors under the National Garden Scheme (NGS) from 10.30am to 3.30pm. Admission is £3.50 for adults with under 16s free, proceeds from the entrance fees go to the NGS charities with sales of plants, vegetables and refreshments helping to fund the Erlas project.


EVWG relies on donations to fund its operation, you can help support our activities by donating via Local Giving by clicking on the following link –  https://localgiving.org/charity/erlasvwg/

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