Dan’s June Dates for your Diary
Wednesday 6th – Town Centre Bedding
For those reading this on Wednesday, Sudbury in Bloom are planting up the town centre this morning and would love any help.
Thursday 7th Belle Vue Park Picnic (Taste of Sudbury Fringe Event) Volunteering Day 10-12 followed by a shared picnic to celebrate the fabulous Food Festive. (BBC Radio Suffolk Interview at 2.40 as well.)
Sunday 10th Taste of Sudbury Food Festival – Town Centre
Monday 11th Volunteer Safari:
10am -12 Sudbury Train Station Gardens and Painting
1pm Siam Gardens – Alkanet tidy up
2.30-5pm Sandringham Court – Convolvulus tidy up.
As always, of course, regular Thursdays in Belle Vue Park….. It’s looking stunning.
This post published on behalf of Dan at ActivLives.
If you want to get out and about, get some exercise, breathe in some fresh air, and all while doing something useful, there’s lots happening this week.
On Thursday, Dan and team will be down at Belle Vue Park from 10 – 12:30 as usual. On Friday, why not help us here at greenerSudbury do some tidying up (details to follow)? Then on Sunday join Sudbury in Bloom volunteers to plant up some grass verges. See Dan’s message (below) for more information about Sudbury in Bloom, and Belle Vue Park.
“Sudbury In Bloom have arranged some weekend family bulb planting sessions, and the next is on December 3rd from 10.30 to 12.30, at the Mill Hotel. We will have bulbs to donate to schools and organisations so please let me know if your group would like to participate.”
Dan writes, Daffodils are the perfect bulb…. they do really well and over time a patch grows and naturalises. Tulips on the other hand sometimes lose their vigour and become weak.
The yellow is just the right colour for Easter and often falls well with Mother’s Day. That’s why Grow Your Community recommends them in schools as an easy to grow and pick burst of colour. What better way to get over Winter than to be expectant of a Spring full of life.
It’s not too late to plant bulbs – as long as you can dig a hole 3-5 inches (not frozen) and the bulbs are not damaged or squidgy – often shops sell them at half price now.
Remember we’re at Belle Vue Park this Thursday 10am – 12.30 and there will be the usual activities tending the flower beds. Also some repotting of Money plants if you want a new houseplant. Happy as ever to see new faces.
Dan 0755 134 3 135
Have you seen this excellent short film by The Film Kitchen about this year’s Taste of Sudbury? Click on the link and see if you can spot yourself anywhere!
On Monday 19th June, 2pm – 3.30 pm, the Grow Your Community team will be at Siam Gardens to tend the flowers there.
Please pop by and give a hand. Dan will have tools and gloves but do bring your own if you have them.
Grow Your Community are tending this once a month and it all helps keep Sudbury looking good.
As ever all are welcome to join the group of gardening volunteers at Siam Gardens once a month and at the two weekly regular gardening sessions as well:
Monday mornings 10 – 12.30 at the Bridge Project – Join in the Gardening
Thursday Mornings 10 – 12.30 at Belle Vue Park – Making it lovely in the Park.
Feel free to call Dan up to chat. It may be what you’re looking to do or you know someone who might benefit. So far they have a diverse friendly group and you would be most welcome.
Dan Wheals 0755 134 3 135 email@example.com
Sudbury Green Belt will be hosting a public discussion on how we can save the wildlife and green space of Sudbury and Great Cornard.
@ the Granary in Quay Lane on Thursday 15 June at 7:15pm.
Posted on behalf of Sudbury Green Belt.
Please show your love for Sudbury by joining in the Green Belt Public Meeting at St Peter’s Church
next Tuesday, 25th April at 7.15pm.
With so much of the land round our town now earmarked for yet more development, we are speaking up to question why there is no longer a Vision for Sudbury! We believe good planning would give the jobs and houses we need, yet still let us live in the countryside.
Sudbury still has the people with ideas, devotion, and a memory of what a beautiful town is like! So please come and hear information from our speakers, the election candidates, and Teresa Bishop, Charlie Haylock, Ralph Carpenter and Theo Bird.
Love Sudbury and Great Cornard’s Green Belt ~ while there still is one!
NB This is not a Greener Sudbury event, but is posted on behalf of the Sudbury Green Belt group.
A fun, free event at Belle Vue Park – bring along a hard-boiled egg (and a picnic) and join in the eggy fun!