PATRICK GEDDES GARDEN CLUB OPEN NIGHT
MONDAY 14th FEBRUARY 2010
18.30 to 20.30
GRASSMARKET COMMUNITY PROJECT, 79/3 GRASSMARKET
The Patrick Geddes Gardening Club is having its first Open Night to present plans for Granny's Green in the Grassmarket. After years of lobbying about Granny's Green it has finally been agreed to develop this south facing patch of land into a garden. The garden will be developed in partnership with the Grassmarket Community Project, Edinburgh World Heritage Trust, City Centre Neighbourhood Partnership and the Patrick Geddes Gardening Club.
The Open Night will be from 18.30 to 20.30 at thte Grassmarket Community Projrct
Tea, coffee and refreshments will be served. There will be tea made from some of the herbs to be grown in the garden as well as the plans and pictures of the plants, bushes and herbs.
The Grassmarket Community Project will be very much involved with the Herb Garden at Granny's Green and will be encouraging the community in the Grassmarket to get involved.
Herbs at Greyfriars Kirk
We would also want to recruit to the Gardening Club as alongside Granny's green there are many greenspaces, gardens and abondoned places that need to be gardened. Everyone is welcome to get involved whether you are a resident of the Old Town or not.
If you would like to get involved please come to the Open Evening and/or email PGGClub@yahoo.co.uk to be put on the mailing list.