Boundary Way Allotments & Community Garden

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Boundary Way Allotments and Community Garden is on the very edge of the Warstones estate in south-west Wolverhampton. The land climbs the side of Springhill and provides one of the best views across the rolling Staffordshire countryside and towards the hills of Shropshire.

The garden is a resource for the community managed by the allotment association. A sensory garden, orchard, woodland area and pond provide a haven for wildlife and the local community can enjoy and connect with nature at open days and events throughout the year.

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23 hours ago

Boundary Way Project

Thankyou to everyone who came along to our open day for #earthday2018 and to those who shared their gardening stories and photos.

We had a brilliant time sharing our heritage research - exploring the history of our allotment(compiled by Twigs Way) it’s native plant life with Maria Billington and discussing our forthcoming short film by Geoff Broadway inspired by stories from plotholders. We have also been examining how a passion for growing can be rooted in family history and memories in collaboration with the Living Memory project and have uncovered some fascinating historic images.

Some beautiful art was created from natural found materials in workshops with Richard Shilling, Landartforkids & Hannah Boyd.

We had a wonderful day in our community garden and allotments enjoying the sunshine.

Our next activities will be taking place in May -

a bannermaking workshop with Anne Marie Lagram to mark 100 years since some women gained the right to vote as part of the national Processions 2018 - banner workshop project on the 19th

-a photography themed open day on the 26th with workshops with Ann Walker, Laura Jane and #AnandChhabra from Apna Heritage Archive.

Check out our website for further details and to reserve workshop places www.boundaryway.co.ukThankyou to everyone who came along to our open day for #earthday2018 and to those who shared their gardening stories and photos.

We had a brilliant time sharing our heritage research - exploring the history of our allotment(compiled by Twigs Way) it’s native plant life with Maria Billington and discussing our forthcoming short film by Geoff Broadway inspired by stories from plotholders. We have also been examining how a passion for growing can be rooted in family history and memories in collaboration with the Living Memory project and have uncovered some fascinating historic images.

Some beautiful art was created from natural found materials in workshops with Richard Shilling, Landartforkids & Hannah Boyd.

We had a wonderful day in our community garden and allotments enjoying the sunshine.

Our next activities will be taking place in May -

a bannermaking workshop with Anne Marie Lagram to mark 100 years since some women gained the right to vote as part of the national Processions 2018 - banner workshop project on the 19th

-a photography themed open day on the 26th with workshops with Ann Walker, Laura Jane and #AnandChhabra from Apna Heritage Archive.

Check out our website for further details and to reserve workshop places www.boundaryway.co.uk
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We enjoyed sharing our heritage research yesterday & a beautiful day at our open day & #EarthDay2018 celebration - thankyou to @geoffbroadway Maria @GatisCommunity @boydiya @escher303 & @landartforkids for running activities #hlffunded #greenarts https://t.co/QMNSn1QOYM BoundaryWay photo
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