Get growing Breightmet a day in pictures

Today has been one of those days where I have been all over the show, at meetings, carrying out site visits, allocating work, planting things, working with our growers, having conversations about vertical growing systems, and a host of other bits and pieces of jobs to numerous to mention, so it seems fitting that rather than me rambling on in cumbersome paragraphs about what we have been doing that I stick a pictures up to explain better, so here goes.

Damien,s Mange Tout plants still producing crops

Damien,s Mange Tout plants still producing crops

One of our growers on Padbury has managed to grow a large crop of French Climbing beans in his raised bed.

One of our growers on Padbury has managed to grow a large crop of French Climbing beans in his raised bed.

The UCAN centre Yarden walls painted white by Ian, great job mate!

The UCAN centre Yarden walls painted white by Ian, great job mate!

Raised beds by Landrover Dave and Ian, made and filled on the same day.

Raised beds by Landrover Dave and Ian, made and filled on the same day.

UCAN Centre project worker showing off some of the produce we have grown on the hub, this will help towards feeding people on the estate when food is allocated hard up families.

UCAN Centre project worker showing off some of the produce we have grown on the hub, this will help towards feeding people on the estate when food is allocated hard up families.

Catharine's young lad planting on hardy edibles

Katharine’s young lad planting on hardy edibles

Landrover Dave making raised beds on the hub site.

Landrover Dave making raised beds on the hub site.

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