Chelsea Fringe Comes to BishopstonApril 28th, 2014
As part of the Chelsea Fringe – the alternative garden festival – and the Get Growing Trail, allotments and community gardens across Bristol will be opening their gates to the public. On June 7th and 8th there will be garden tours, gardening tips, plant sales, demonstrations, food, music, morris men and much much more! If you don’t fancy walking very far local venues include Golden Hill Community Garden, Horfield Organic Community Orchard and Upper Horfield Community Garden Club.
Glos Rd Central will be taking part by putting out planters full of flowers and shrubs to brighten up the lovely wide pavements
The Chelsea Fringe is a new, alternative garden festival that encourages a much wider constituency of people to get involved with all the excitement around plants, flowers, gardens and gardening at this time of year.
Bristol is one of the ‘satellite’ fringes that are starting to pop up across the UK. There will be more Chelsea Fringe events from May 17th –June 8th, celebrating horticultural happenings across Bristol, from pop up gardens to poetry revues! For more information on the Chelsea Fringe go to www.facebook.com/chelseafringebristol or www.chelseafringe.com
If you would like to hold an event as part of the Chelsea Fringe in Bristol please get in touch via our Facebook page or call Maddy on 07816 960658.
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