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Interest grows in veg project

Posted on October 30 2018 at 2:22:54

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Following the success of its vegetable planter in Tanyard Lane car park, Incredible Edible Alvechurch will create a second village installation, this time with raised beds and fruit bushes in the precinct flower bed.

The owners of the precinct, The Bernard Piggott Trust, are supporting the scheme.

The group is seeking green-fingered souls who could help plan, plant and maintain the project. Help will also be required for construction of the beds.

If you could spare a few hours every other week starting in spring 2019, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or call in to Gin & Pickles or The Lounge and leave your details.

“This is a really exciting venture we can all feel excited about,” says organiser Tim Reading. ”Fruit, vegetables and herbs sustain our bodies and help re-connect our communities on our journey back to optimal health, and a world of peaceful prosperity for all.”

More information at http://www.incredibleedible.org.uk, or ’Incredible Edible Alvechurch’ on Facebook. Comments, concerns and ideas are welcome.

Above: An artist’s impression of the installation

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