The Great British Summer Time is drawing to an end, and to celebrate the changing of season, Gaia’s Garden at the Old Print Works is holding a community harvest – and we’re all invited to join them!
As many of you know, Gaia’s Garden is a community green space tucked away in the courtyard of the Old Print Works. Over the last six months or so, an amazing group of volunteers and local residents have worked incredibly hard each week to transform the once disused area into a thriving garden, planting, nurturing and tending to a whole host of useful plants, herbs, fruit and vegetables.
Gaia’s Harvest, which will take place on Saturday 10th September from 10am-3pm, will see an abundance of organic, homegrown fruit and veg gathered from the garden and prepared into a huge community feast for us all to enjoy! Sounds delicious!
As part of the feast, please feel free to bring your own contributions, dishes and ingredients from your backyard or allotment to share…the more the merrier (and yummier!).
As well as there being lots of tasty treats on offer, the harvest will be a fantastic opportunity to come together, meet our green fingered community and check out what’s been going on in the space throughout the Summer months.
The team will also be collecting non-perishable goods for Sparkhill Food Bank, so please do bring along any donations that you may have on the day.
Everyone is welcome to join the harvest celebration, so come along and join us at Gaia’s Harvest on Saturday 10th September!
You can find out more here.