Belhaven Hospital Community Garden is flourishing
Work parties will continue every Tuesday, Friday from 10-12 and Sunday 10:30 – 12:30 through the spring and summer months. Volunteers of all ages and abilities are welcome. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org about how to get involved.
Community Involvement – We currently have a membership of 36 people.
BCG has recently received another bench, bird feeder and apple tree donated in memory of families and friends loved ones.
BCG has representation on the Belhaven Hospital League of Friends.
BCG has representation of the NHS Lothian’s Steering Group
We have 6 families (so far and can accommodate more) involved in their own seasonal plots as well as assisting in the communal gardens.
Dunbar Bee Keepers have a hive and Bee School at BCG.
Sensory Garden: is looking lovely and in full bloom just now and definitely worth a visit.
It could use a nice bird bath donated
Simple yet beautiful art works are envisaged in the Sensory Garden – ideas and donations welcome.
Willow Patches: We have a second willow patch being established – total of 80 willow planted. We now have 2 willow arbours.
Raised Beds: It is possible for people with mobility issues to access a raised bed if they wish a growing patch for this season.
Nut Trees – wintered well
6 Walnuts planted
6+ Cob nuts planted
60+ Hazelnuts planted
Orchard – wintered well
The 150+ fruit trees
Wild flower Meadow
We will encourage wild flowers at top of the field as well as lower garden section.
We now have water irrigation with timer to go into poly tunnel.
Next rainy work day we will reorganise the tools and produce.
We will now be signing for all tools – a book will be left in the Garage.
It was suggested that a fruit cage would be great to have at BCG.