A COMMUNITY allotment in Hucknall is gearing up to host the next instalment in a series of free workshops to promote gardening in limited spaces.
The Tramstop garden, which is signposted from the Butler’s Hill tram stop in the town, will open up to visitors once again tomorrow (Saturday).
Experts have already been on hand to demonstrate how to grow vegetables in containers and how to cultivate herbs. Tomorrow, the focus will be on planting seeds outdoors.
The session is open to all ages, but children must be accompanied by an adult.
Remaining workshops will be on attracting wildlife to your garden (Saturday July 21) and green manures (Saturday September 29).
The project is run by the not-for-profit organisation Ecoworks and has received funding from the grants organisation, the Tudor Trust.