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New Shoots on St Ann's Community Orchard

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St Ann's Community Orchard

Ransom Road

Opposite Hillview Community Centre

Nottingham

NG3 3BP

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Free outdoor sessions for local families with little ones aged 0-4

About this event

We'll be exploring, bug hunting, singing around the fire, making arts and crafts, and more seasonal activities.

Eligibility

These sessions are funded by Small Steps, Big Changes who provide services to families in Nottingham who live in the areas of Aspley, Bulwell, Hyson Green & Arboretum and St Ann’s.

Before booking, please check that you're eligible to attend by using the postcode checker on their website: www.smallstepsbigchanges.org.uk

Details

  • For local children.
  • Parents, carers and siblings welcome to come along too.
  • Please wear suitable clothing for being outdoors.
  • Compost toilet available with hand sanitiser for hand washing.
  • If you have any questions, please text Rachel on 07498 864498.
  • If you can no longer attend, please cancel your ticket so that we can give your space to someone else.

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How to find us

St Ann's Community Orchard is on St Ann's Allotments. The entrance is on Ransom Road, opposite Hillview Community Centre. Look out for the yellow signs!

Google maps: https://goo.gl/maps/TVVe46Kjc4X7UXWE9


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Location

St Ann's Community Orchard

Ransom Road

Opposite Hillview Community Centre

Nottingham

NG3 3BP

United Kingdom

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Organiser of New Shoots on St Ann's Community Orchard

St Ann’s Allotments are the oldest and largest area of Victorian detached town gardens in the world, and are Grade 2* Listed by English Heritage. The site covers 75 acres, has 700 gardens, over 30 miles of hedgerow and 2000 fruit trees, many of which are heritage varieties.

STAA deliver outreach programmes to allow all members of the community to benefit from the site, including children’s activities on the Community Orchard, and volunteering opportunities on Urban Nature, Nursery, and Heritage Display gardens.

 

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