Tag Archives: food access

Sown in Bolton day 16

You when you get those days were everything is fiddly and a bit of a struggle? Well today was one of those very days. I hadn’t slept very well last night, and read this morning that it was going to … Continue reading

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Sown in Bolton day 14

Again, another lovely day weather wise here in Bolton, it would have been a perfect gardeners day if it wasn’t for the harsh penetrating heat raining down from the Sun, but that’s another story. Before making our way up to … Continue reading

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Men in Sheds and Community Gardening @ Breightmet Hub

A cool start to today with the blanket of autumn slowly coming out of the seasonal cupboard to cover us all and put the garden to bed until spring. As usual my first job of the day was to make … Continue reading

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Breightmet Hub 1st June: A day of community activities for the community

Our day began with the usual filling up of any containers capable of holding water and loading these containers onto our trolley before wheeling it down to the Hub to water all of our seed trays. After the drenching of … Continue reading

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Get growing Breightmet 31st May:

As I sat sipping my morning brew and tugging on a roll up before leaving for Breightmet, I was once again blessed by the lovely weather outside and knew it was going to be a good day. The first and … Continue reading

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Get growing Breightmet 26th April

A chilly start to the morning today but the sun was out a little so we made our way up to Breightmet with a van load of gardening resources for our growers. So the first job of the morning was … Continue reading

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Living the Bolton Food Economy

For some time now myself and others have been banging on about how it wouldn’t be too difficult to generate a localised food economy for Bolton where food is both grown and eaten locally, creating much needed quality employment and … Continue reading

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