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kidsgarden1Come and enjoy a day in Hollingdean Park (Lynchet Road) making a difference. There is always a variety of tasks that can suit all physical abilities and knowledge.

Jobs might include: pruning, planting (trees, shrubs, plants, bulbs,…), mulching, creating wildlife habitats etc … or why not learn a new skill like scything?  Tools are provided but please bring gloves, refreshments and lunch if required! Supervised kids extremely welcome!

Dig Days are on the last Sunday of each month. Next one: 29th Dec – 11am till 5pm.  Just turn up and join in!

  • kidsgarden1help improve your local park?
  • grow some food for the community?
  • help increase biodiversity?

Come and enjoy a day in Hollingdean Park (Lynchet Road) making a difference. There is always a variety of tasks that can suit all physical abilities and knowledge. Jobs might include: pruning, planting (trees, shrubs, plants, bulbs,…), mulching, creating wildlife habitats etc … or why not learn a new skill like scything?

Tools are provided but please bring gloves, refreshments and lunch if required! Supervised kids extremely welcome!

Dig Days are on the last Sunday of each month. Next ones: 27th Oct, 24th Nov – 11am till 5pm.  Just turn up and join in!

Check out Moulsecoomb Forest Garden and Wildlife Project Tuesday 17th & Friday 20th September 10am – 3pm.

tomato clipartThis award-winning community food project is located by Moulsecoomb Station end of Crespin Way BN2 4GP. Backing onto wood and farmland, this wonderful space is a complete wildlife haven and an important resource offering horticultural, educational and social opportunities to residents and schools in the surrounding area. Come and volunteer and share a tasty lunch. No experience necessary. Arrive at 10am. Please email in advance so enough food is cooked! info@seedybusiness.org  Bus numbers 25, 25A, 10, 24, 28 and 49 (buses stop on Lewes Road). Train to Moulsecoomb station.

Part of the citywide BIG Dig Week – 16th-22nd September.

Big Dig logoDiscover what’s growing on your doorstep: explore the secret gardens, hidden orchards, salad filled parks and fertile forests across the city. Join us to celebrate growing in our city on ‘The Big Dig Open Day’ on Saturday 15th September when 15 local food growing projects will be opening their gates to the public.

Click on the logo (right) to find out more, view an online map or download a brochure. Or go to www.bigidig.org.uk to explore what’s happening around the country and in Brighton & Hove.

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