Community Garden

Community Garden taking shape

There was a great turn out at the Community Garden last week to prepare a big flowerbed for use by the Tidy Towns Committee. Families came in good numbers bringing bedding plants to place in a new bed. Other volunteers concentrated their efforts on digging and weeding the vegetable patch that had been prepared some weeks ago with the help of some of ... Read More »

Community Garden – come plant your own plant!

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Meet at Clarecastle Community Garden tomorrow evening….Tuesday

  Don’t forget!  Everyone is invited to come to the Community garden with a plant to place into a flower bed for Clarecastle Tidy Towns on Tuesday 27th May at 6.30 p.m. – Petunia, Marigold, Bagonia, Alysum, Lobolia, Fuschia and Mimulus in particular are needed. The Community Garden is at the entrance to the Clarecastle GAA.  Look forward to seeing you all ... Read More »

Clarecastle Community Garden – potatoes and vegetables to be planted.

Last week a number of volunteers came together at the Community Garden site at the entrance to the GAA.  They worked hard spreading topsoil and creating beds ready for planting.  The group is meeting again this Tuesday evening at 6.30 p.m. for an hour to sow potatoes and vegetables.  All help would be most welcome so if you fancy coming ... Read More »

Community Garden – Seeking volunteers for next Wednesday evening

The next phase of the community garden is about to begin and volunteers are sought to help out.  If anyone is around and willing to help with some digging and spreading of topsoil and manure, then please do come to the garden site at the entrance to the GAA next Wednesday evening 23rd April at 6.30 p.m.  Please bring shovels ... Read More »

Community Garden – draft plan – come and find out more!

Clarecastle Community Development is bringing interested parties together to set up a Community Garden which will be situated at the entrance to the GAA pitch.  A second meeting is being held this Tuesday 24th September at 7.30 in the Old School to consider draft plans for the garden. These have been drawn up by an experienced landscape architect living in ... Read More »