Community Farmer Day - 23 May - stringing in the tunnels
The polytunnels will be all planted up and growing vigorously, the tomatoes cucumbers, tomatoes and beans will be needing strings. Lots of it, no tangles now ! (Please note that activities are subject to change).
We'll get the soup and bread in for a yummy lunch and ask you folks bring some goodies along to share too.
We ask for a voluntary donation of £4 to cover these costs. If you'd like to contribute this can either be paid when booking your place or on the day.
While you're here don't forget to pop into our on-site Veg Shed and take home some of our gorgeous organic veggies.
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Community Farmer Days
Throughout the spring, summer and autumn we hold one-day volunteer events called Community Farmer Days. These involve volunteers coming to help out in the fields. While volunteers actively participate in the work of the farm these events are intended to be sociable and fun too.
The Community Farm is in a beautiful setting, overlooking Chew Valley Lake. Adults and (supervised) children are welcome. Normally we start at 10am and finish by 4pm (or a little earlier).