Category Archives: Sidcup Place Garden

Sidcup Community Garden February 2017

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Sidcup Community Garden October 2016

Hello All Please find attached the latest newsletter which gives the dates for the next three Saturday morning work sessions. There are two other matters I need your assistance with – Firstly, one of our sponsors – Tesco’s – have … Continue reading

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Sidcup Garden Project Nov/Dec 15 Newsletter

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Sidcup Garden Project dates for the rest of 2015

Rob Leitch writes of Saturday’s session in the Garden and future plans. Thanks to all those who were able to join the Sidcup Garden Project yesterday morning – it was another successful session. As has been previously mentioned, correspondence for … Continue reading

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News from the Sidcup Place Gardens Project

Reports and meeting announcement from the Sidcup Community Garden Group. Community answer the call to restore Sidcup’s “Secret Garden”. Council cuts backs meant that the once beautiful walled garden at Sidcup Place was allowed to decline, and become overgrown through … Continue reading

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Sidcup walled garden project off to successful start

The Sidcup Community Garden Project, a scheme to maintain the gardens at Sidcup Place following Bexley Council funding cuts, had a good turnout at its first hands-on event on Saturday 8th August. Sidcup Ward Councillor Rob Leitch sets out the next … Continue reading

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