Jobs to do in the garden
Footprint - an environmental event held in Durham **New**
"Footprint is a two day environmental event looking at ways in which individuals and communities can reduce our environmental impact and how we can encourage a more positive and hopeful conversation about climate change. The event will consist of workshops, talks, interactive sessions and performances, spanning topics from geography, politics, finance, lifestyle, art and music.
Durham Community Woodlands CWG MEETING **New**
We have set a meeting date for the Community Woodland group for Friday 15th June; from 9am -12 noon –
at Bearpark Community Centre on Institute Terrace, Bear Park
(it’s on the main road through BP; a large brick building) Parking outside.
Refreshments on arrival..
9.30 LACE PRESENTATION (DWR): LEARNING ACTIVITY & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT – REPORT. JILL ESSAM AND MIKE BOASE.
Q & A
11am TREESCAPE UPDATE BY GARY HALEY
Q & A
Growing Competition for schools is open **New**
Food Durham partners are running a growing competition for schools again, here is the link for joining in:
Durham County Council’s Waste Team in partnership with Durham Community Action’s Growing Durham are running a Sunflower and Pumpkin Growing Competition 2018.
County Durham Schools and community groups can get involved over the summer in growing the tallest sunflower or the largest pumpkin, for a chance to win a £100 voucher for gardening equipment for the school or group.
To enter the competition please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your school/group and contact name and how many people/children will be involved by Saturday 12 May and we’ll send you free seeds and more competition information.
The competition will be judged in October 2018.