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Christmas Wreath making!

October 12, 2023

Hi folks – Would you like to make a unique and beautiful winter wreath in an fun and informal session? and do you want it to be environmentally friendly and a bargain?? AND would like to support your local community garden at the same time?!?
Well you’re in luck! because we’re back with our lovely and friendly wreath making workshops!
Between 10am-4pm Saturday 2nd December and 10am-2pm Sunday 3rd December
Come along by yourself or bring friends and family and get creative and have a jolly time ūüôā
Each wreath costs £25/£15 and it takes about an hour. You’ll learn how to weave a willow hoop and then be provided with everything you need to decorate it with gorgeous natural foliage.
Every wreath is different and they always turn out beautiful.
Children are welcome and booking is essential
Book your spots HERE!
This workshop is mostly outdoors and in very well ventilated polytunnels so WRAP UP WARM!
The garden is on the allotments at the end of Monk Rd BS7 8NE and our site and our toilet are wheelchair accessible.

Harvest fair and garden news

September 8, 2023

*** We’ve currently have two last minutes spaces in our Tuesday Toddler Group!¬† –¬† email Lucy at to book***

Hi everyone

And suddenly it’s September!¬† Pumpkins are turning orange, the kids’ are back to school and even with today’s sunshine autumn is knocking on the door… so it must be nearly time for our little¬†Harvest¬†Fair!¬† Come and enjoy delicious food, drumming, folk music, and loads of free kids’ activities including a quieter indoor space!

We are currently short of a choir to sing so if you are in one that you could ask please do! And if you’ve come to our our lovely events before and wondered “How is this so lovely?!?” Well it’s¬†because of our amazing team of fabulous volunteers… and you – yes YOU!- could be one of them!¬† You’ll get a free cup of tea and piece of delicious cake and a lovely warm feeling from helping make this lovely day even more lovely!¬†¬†This year we are currently very¬†short of people so¬†if you can spare some time on the day please be a hero and get in touch!¬† or bake us a cake or share our poster on your facebook page¬†or just come along and enjoy the loveliness and¬†bring along everyone you know!
But before the¬†Harvest¬†Festival and the first¬†kids back for the afterschool club I’ll just take a mo¬†to smile fondly and reminisce about Golden Adventure days and our¬†families days for children with SEND which were just lovely.¬† The¬†highlights for me¬†had to be¬†munching freshly made plum jam and on freshly made pancakes and¬†hearing from parents how special the days are for them and their kids.¬† We also ran a day for the Family Centre for Deaf Children and so had loads of new families discovering¬†the garden, making and munching pizza,¬†harvesting¬†plums, making and doing, running, playing and relaxing. Great stuff.
Also we were on the telly! On BBC Gardeners’ World!¬† Just for a little bit as part of the story of donated¬†veg making it’s way on to kids plates across the city. We were on episode 19 and the link to watch it on iplayer is¬†HERE¬†and the Bristol bit is just¬†a few minutes in.¬† They came and filmed right after the huge heat wave back in late June so the garden was looking pretty crispy but with clever camera work we look absolutely gorgeous. Keep your eyes peeled for our glorious¬†which definitely deserves celebrity status!¬† Now after the rains of summer the garden is looking very green and lovely and each week we are ankle deep in¬†harvest!¬† It’s a great time to get involved and we’re here every Weds 10-4.¬† New folks are welcome along for a tour and chat at 12 or 2:30 or just come when you can ūüôā

See you in the garden!


Lucy Mitchell
Community Project Worker
07506 905 394


April 27, 2023

Hi folks

Our Spring Fair it just around the corner!  Saturday 13th May 1-4. Please come and please bring all your pals

We’ve got a great day planned!

We’ll be selling loads of lovely veg and flower seedlings as well as some slug proof perennials to bring colour to your garden or pots year after year!




There’ll be beautiful singing from the wonderful Break Out Voices Choir and the Heartwood Chorus AND live music from the ever fabulous What the Folk!?!

They’ll be storytelling and seedplanting, facepainting, may crown making pond dipping and … Bat the Rat!!

They’re to cake and pizza fresh from the clay oven to eat.

It’s going to great!¬† Spread the word!¬† We’re on facebook at The Golden Hill Community Garden if you could share our post that’s be great…

BUT WE NEED HELP!!!  Can you bake us a cake or spare us an hour or so on the day??? Get in touch if you can help us make this our best event yet and help us raise some much needed funds for the garden!??

See you in the garden!


07506 905 394