A view form the Community Garden February 2019
The community garden group will not be meeting during the present renovations of the garden. A grand opening will take place when the work is complete. It has been delayed due to the wet conditions.
ALL are welcome.
Seriously, anyone. Any age, any skill level.
The community garden is a very simple idea. We all do a little bit of work and get to share in the wondrous bounty that nature will provide. That’s it. Nothing more or less than that really.
The Community Garden continues to grow!
The Fram Society, a Fram College group and some members of the Cricket club have taken maintenance and planting of three of the beds on the garden site.
More help is always welcome!
The Primary school – Sir Robert Hitcham, run their gardening club every Monday afternoon led by Jem Seeley and Julian with the help of the school teachers.
A Community Garden on Pigs Meadow off College Road – near the Town’s Allotments
The garden was started in Autumn 2010 as somewhere for the whole community to come and share, learn about and celebrate growing. Perimeter hedging of native species has been planted, along with an orchard of local fruit trees; raised beds for fruit, veg and herbs have been established. Regular monthly Sunday morning work parties are held with free refreshments and children’s activities.
The project was made possible by Framlingham College making available some land. Schools, Suffolk Wildlife Trust, Greener Fram and the Town Council are actively involved.
APRIL 2014 WORK PARTY PHOTOS