Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Ridgeline trust harvest fete rescheduled

A message from the Ridgeline trust:

Dear local friend / contact Apologies for contacting you by a mass blind-copy email to my local contacts, and double apologies if you have already heard via another source  but it seems to be the bestl way of spreading the word at short notice.

You may have been aware that last Sunday 23 Sept was to have been the annual Harvest Fete at the Ridgeline Therapeutic Garden for the disabled. This was postponed because of the awful weather, and we are going to try again this coming Sunday 30 Sept 1pm -4pm. This is our main chance to show the neighbourhood and interested organisations what we have been doing this year, and to show our plans for the future- including the imminent construction of our new clubhouse for which we have been fundraising for so long. We aim to turn the first turf for the foundations around 3pm.  The garden is looking good, and there will be plenty of things to entertain you and the family, so I hope you will consider coming along.

The garden is at the junction of Hamilton Road and Whiteknights Road, entered via the shared driveway with the new Lakeside Carehome opposite the University Lake.

Brief details of the Fete are set out below. General info on Ridgeline at the website

Hope to see you to see you there- or call in any Wednesday for the Community Gardening session any time between 11am – 2pm. If you could help by spreading the word among your local friends that would be much appreciated.


Sunday 30 September 2012 1pm to 4pm    
At the Ridgeline Therapeutic Garden  junction of Hamilton Road & Whiteknights Road RG6 7BY
Come and see how our garden has grown in the last year and how we are closer to having a building for our gardeners!
v  Produce and Plants
v  Second hand books
v  Home made cakes
v Studio pottery seconds
v Kids’ games and activities
v Refreshments
v Live Music

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