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Community Garden

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Growing Community, Growing Knowledge, Growing Food

at Lyttelton Community Garden

 

Our garden is open and can be accessed via the lane between the swimming pool and the playground and up the stairs or through double wire gates St David Street.

Wednesday is our get together day and people come to garden anytime between 9.30am – 4.30pm and are welcome contribute a plate to a shared lunch at around 12.30pm

 

The garden serves several purposes

• as a community gathering place to share ideas

• to help improve community well-being and to be in a place of beauty

• offers the opportunity for people to share knowledge and learn to grow food and minimise waste

• a place to share in the bounty of the nutritious spray free food from the garden

 

Gardeners

• the garden works on a sweat equity basis – produce for input

• the garden is open to everyone, young and old

• everyone is encouraged to work in a team either as the champion or helper

• tools and equipment available for use

Our Community Garden

Each Wednesday from 10am people come to garden together and contribute a plate to a shared lunch at 12.30pm 

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The garden serves several purposes; as a community gathering place to share ideas, to help improve community well-being and to be in a place of beauty; the opportunity for people learn to grow food and minimise waste and a place to share in the bounty of the nutritious spray free food from the garden.

Our garden is open every day and can be accessed via the lane between the swimming pool and the playground and up the stairs.

Come & Share

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Community Gardeners

  • The garden works on a sweat equity basis.
  • The garden is for all residents in the Harbour Basin, young and old.
  • Most work is undertaken on a voluntary basis.
  • Everyone is encouraged to work in a team either as the champion or helper.
  • Regular weekly meetings are held to plan and a white board details project progress.
  • All gardeners need to be members of Project Lyttelton. The cost is $10 per family per year.
  • Gardeners can claim for all reasonable expenses.
  • Members are encouraged to attend weekly.
  • Gardeners cannot deviate from the plans without the consent of the group.