Okay so the weather could be better but that’s never stopped us in the past. In fact what’s a Golden Hill Community Garden event without the threat of rain and/or gazebos blowing away? This time last year we were underwater and we still had a good time! That said I am fully expecting the wind to die down and the sun to come out between 1-4. People are welcome along to help secure gazebos and lash down the bunting and make the site look even more lovely than normal from 10am.
For the early birds out you might have just heard me gabbling away BBC radio Bristol I think aside for the gabbling I think it went well but at 6:35am I’m never my most coherent.
Today we’l have the Bristol major George Ferguson popping in at some point as well as pond dipping, badge making, face painting and tool sharpening going on all day. Plants for sale include tomatoes, cucumbers, brussel sprouts, broccoli, cabbage, cosmos, sweet peas, leeks and salads! All at very reasonable prices.
So bring cake, bring yourselves and bring all your friends and anyone you see in the street… and probably best to bring a waterproof – just in case.
See you there!