WOLVES LANE FESTIVE MARKET: Sun Dec 11th!

WOLVES LANE FESTIVE MARKET Sunday 11th11am to 4pm AND PLANT SALE . Plants for Sale at Wolves Lane  SUNDAYS! AND HOT TASTY LOVE FOOD TOO! . . This will be another SUPER-SALE - our growers have been very busy growing food plants , and there's also a good collection of flowers! . If it's raining,... Continue Reading →

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WOLVES LANE FESTIVE MARKET: Sun Dec 11th!

WOLVES LANE FESTIVE MARKET Sunday the 11th11am to 4pm AND PLANT SALE . Plants for Sale at Wolves Lane  SUNDAYS! AND HOT TASTY LOVE FOOD TOO! . . This will be another SUPER-SALE - our growers have been very busy growing food plants , and there's also a good collection of flowers! . If it's... Continue Reading →

Merry Chris-Amaryllis!

  "The name Hippeastrum, [was] given to it by William Herbert, means "Knight's-star-lily", although precisely what Herbert meant by the name is not certain. For many years there was confusion among botanists over the generic names Amaryllis and Hippeastrum, one result of which is that the common name "amaryllis" is mainly used for cultivars of... Continue Reading →

Black Rootz into Food Growing!

RiFG Rootz into Food Growing (RiFG) aims to challenge and disrupt some of the structural inequalities that exist within the current UK food growing sector through the creation of a network of BAME led growers pan-London who will receive relevant skills development and training opportunities enabling them to grow commercially.  RiFG is a collaboration project... Continue Reading →

FREE English Lessons – on Wolves Lane

St Cuthbert's is offering FREE English Lessons taught by a certified TESOL qualified teacher (Teacher of English as a Second language) Morning & Evening Classes All levels, backgrounds and nationalities welcome! They currently have classes every Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, in the church building. And they hope that they can start more very soon! Contact You... Continue Reading →

Safety reminder… about festive Holly!

The name "holly" in common speech refers to Ilex aquifolium, specifically stems with berries used in Christmas decoration.-- wiki Safety Reminder! Holly berries can cause vomiting and diarrhea. They are especially dangerous in cases involving accidental consumption by children attracted to the bright red berries.[25] Ingestion of over 20 berries may be fatal to children.[24][25]... Continue Reading →

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