CCVS Rag Ballot - good news!

One of the new raingardens at Wulfstan Way - the plants like all the rain we have been having. Planted (and sowed) by 28th Cambridge cubs - with a bit of help from adults from Queen Edith's in Bloom and the RHS.

One of the new raingardens at Wulfstan Way - the plants like all the rain we have been having. Planted (and sowed) by 28th Cambridge cubs - with a bit of help from adults from Queen Edith's in Bloom and the RHS.

We have just heard our January application for funding to the CCVS Rag Ballot was successful. This means we will shortly have £200 to spend on gardening tools.

Our aspiration is to have a good range of strong tools that can be used in the community garden but also taken out to other greenspaces around the area. For example, we already take a range of tools and gloves of different sizes to the Wulfstan Way raingardens on Saturday mornings.

Shortly, we hope to start helping a group of parent volunteers and staff to make a new school garden at Queen Edith's primary school. From time to time, we also lend some of our tools to community groups, if we think they can be used safely.