• Dan and Fran

Guerrillas are go!!!

Thanks to a sunny day and an amazing turn out from the community the first two bits of land have been cleared of rubbish, dug over and planted with wild flowers. We concentrated on disused land at the end of Christopher Street and the land on the junction of Little Horton Lane and Southfield Road- if you are passing give our willow man a wave!

Its been an amazing morning, it made our day to see people coming out of their houses to join us in cleaning up and people stopping their cars to thank us and comment on the community spirit. We must thank Sheila Brett and Danny from Bradford Council who came to help and supplied, gloves, rubbish bags and grabbers, the pupils and teachers from Eternal Light School who worked like Trojans (and have offered help with any future projects), and all the members of the community who came and got stuck in.

The next session is planned for Tuesday 14th of March at 9am , we will be concentrating two more plots of land and the area around the St Oswald's church- we hope to see you then! If you want to be involved but are busy on the dates or unable to garden- why not donate some plants /seeds or cuttings for us to plant on your behalf?

To see some photo's of the day click on the slideshow below

#communitygardening #wildflowers #teamwork

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Professional Photography by Phill Jackson

Rubbish photography by the staff!

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