Greening Eastcott – trees, food production and urban wildlife

Interested in urban gardening, wildlife conservation or local food production? Then join the Greening Eastcott initiative managed by all three Eastcott residents’ associations – Kingshill Area Residents‘ Association, Back Garden and Queen’s Park Community Council. The initiative is designed to create a Jubilee Year legacy.

Planned activities include: surveys of tree renewals and potential new community planting; promotion of local food production; and investigation of the needs and opportunities for urban wildflife and education.

Activities and news on our Facebook page <https://www.facebook.com/groups/239090476210605/&gt; and blog <http://greeningeastcott.wordpress.com/&gt;,
or email swindonbackgarden@yahoo.co.uk
or ring 07411 209 173

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