For the second year a fantastic team of volunteers from Kingston Smith joined us for a work day on the roof of Sir John Cass School. Highlights of the day included constructing a fiendishly complicated rotary composter, carry sacks of compost from the playground to the roof, clearing beds and painting planters – and enjoying school dinner with the children!
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First Peacock butterfly in Bunhill Fields today on Muscari. We have planted lots of spring bulbs for early pollinators.
City gardens are still open for self isolating exercise.
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