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Planting new trees at Hillside in February 2012. These trees were kindly donated by Cheddar Lions:

2 Mulberry, 2 Quince, 2 Medlar and 2 Apricot - adding to more usual varieties already there.

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Bailiffs Wall site September 2011 - produce galore!

        bean harvest      companion planting

We grow a variety of vegetables and flowers to create a natural ecosystem which encourages bees, wildlife and natural predators.  Our great variety of produce includes some rare, heritage, interesting and delicious varieties of plants.

       polytunnel erection       plastic

       early 2010       summer 2010

Our polytunnel, purchased in early 2010 thanks to a grant from Somerset Community Foundation, has gone from muddy patch to fabulous growing space over the years.

  barby     barbeque celebrations

Celebrations and barbeques are numerous - if there is an occasion we will get together and celebrate! Often cooking produce from the allotment, we have annual winter and summer solstice celebrations, bonfire nights and many other occasions.  Making friends and eating well is what it is all about!







The Axbridge Community Allotment Association is a project of the Sustainable Axbridge Network
Creating a Bioregional Approach for a sustainable future 
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