Happy New Year

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Last year turned into a very busy time for us at People and Gardens.  We spent the summer harvesting our produce for our veg bag scheme and tomatoes for the Eden Kitchens.  We tried growing some different vegetables which have proved very successful and very tasty.  Everyone has worked really well together as well as… Read more »

Busy Busy Busy

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Like several groups across the country we haven’t be able to do our usual fundraising events this year.  Not to be put off we put our heads together and came up with new ideas to raise some funds for the guys.  In our last post I gave you a taster of what we might be… Read more »

October Fun

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October has been such a busy month for us here at People and Gardens. We helped The Lost Gardens of Heligan set up their Harvest Festival display and then we spent a couple of days meeting visitors and chatting to them about our project.     As we are unable to do our usual Christmas… Read more »


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Here at People and Gardens we like to recycle as much as we possibly can and either create a new item or donate the items to charity.  Currently we are collecting the following:- Milk bottle tops – taken to Lush and they are then used to make bottle board that is used to make furniture… Read more »

Keeping busy during Lockdown

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The guys have been keeping themselves busy at home growing their own veg. It is great to see that they are using their horticultural skills they have learnt at People and Gardens and put them into practice at home. James preparing the ground prior to planting up (see photo above). Rob has been nuturing his… Read more »

Lockdown Update

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Like the rest of the world we are currently on Lockdown, missing each other, watching the plants grow and sharing laughs – but under the circumstances it can’t be helped. We all have to remain positive and look forward to the day we can return to the nursery – it could be a big celebratory… Read more »