If you fancy coming along to help plant bee-friendly plants and edibles in the plot by the bus station, do join Congleton Food4Free who will be working there in the morning from 10am. Put the date in your diary and come back to this site nearer the time to find out more.
After much hard work clearing this plot of dull shrubs and old litter, on Saturday 20th April, Congleton Food4Free organised 13 volunteers who got down to planting around 200 plants that are either edible, attractive to bees, or both. Take a look at the pics on Facebook. Now this plot has winter and early spring flowering plants for earlybees (Viburnum tinus, Berberis darwinii, Jasminum nudiflorum Read more [...]
Come along between 10 and 12 on Saturday 16th March to help Congleton Food4Free complete the clearing of remaining shrub roots and landscaping membrane, ready to plant next month. Tools will be provided, but you can bring your own, of course, and if you can't/don't want to dig, then come along anyway for a chat. The plot will be replanted with edibles and bee plants that will provide an attractive Read more [...]
Tues 26th Feb is important for Congleton. Why? 1. It's the deadline for comments on the local plan - read Protect Congleton's instructions on how to comment. It is vital that as many people as possible comment - you may think you alone cannot make a difference, but Cheshire East is obliged to take our views into account. You can email them or use their online portal, or presumably hand in Read more [...]