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    Gardening group – Latest news

    Gardening group diary

    Growing your own fruit and veg – Would you like some advice on what you need to do when? Check out the gardening group diary here

     

    Orchard planting on Allerton Grange Fields

    There are exciting plans for this large 6 acre site. Below are photographs of REAP gardening group working with the Friends of Allerton Grange Fields on the planting of an orchard on 11 January 2014.

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    Latest news on the edible bed

    Councillor Bill Urry  formally ‘launched’  the Oakwood Edible Bed  on Saturday 15th June during the Farmers’ Market. Growing your own fruit and vegetables is good for your health, good for the environment and it’s great fun! Read more

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    Roundhay Gardens Ideas Trail

    “Well done REAP. We thought this was brilliant, such a good atmosphere and everyone so friendly as we went round the different gardens. We managed about 10, now I have to start work on my own.‘’

    On 23rd June 2013, 26 enthusiastic gardeners opened their gardens to the public. The day was an incredible success.  There were so many visitors that it was difficult to record them, accurately – read more

     

     

    REAP Gardening Group wants to help our community to grow as much of our own food as possible.  By doing this, we will not only reduce our food miles, recycle our green waste and reduce our carbon foot  and we will also improve our health and well being.

    Be inspired and join our Growing Community!

    REAP Garden Group now at every Oakwood Farmers’ Market to offer advice and chat about any aspect of  growing.

    We have a number of schemes underway which we hope members of our community will join:

    • PLANT SWAPS at the FARMERS’ MARKET
    • Advice and information on RECYCLING and COMPOSTING in the garden
    • Community Gardening

     

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