Blog

7
Aug

The Boundary Way Brochure

We are delighted to announce the launch of our exciting new, illustrated Boundary Way Allotments & Community Garden Brochure. Our new brochure, designed by Marie Sewell, tells the story of the allotment from its formation to the current day Boundary Way and takes an in-depth look at the work of the Boundary Way Project. It is so exciting to have

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30
Jul

New Camera Obscura Educational Resource

As well as working hard on our seasonal plant guides, we have also been working to create another very special resource all about our Shed Camera Obscura. The Camera Obscura was created by artist Ann Walker for Boundary Way, sits at the top of the allotment site and is hugely popular with all of our visitors. It is so exciting

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15
Jul

Our New Educational Nature Resources

We are so excited to announce the launch of our brand new Boundary Way Educational Resources. We have created four seasonal plant spotter worksheets and an historical resource all about the Camera Obscura. Today we are going to be talking all about our plant spotting resources and can’t wait to share them with you …     Herbalist Maria Billington

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5
Jul

Summer Talks & Activities at our Heritage Open Day

Last Saturday, we had a wonderful day celebrating the inspiring arts, heritage and education projects happening at Boundary Way Allotments and Community Garden. In collaboration with The Crafty Gardener CIC and Wolverhampton’s Mayor’s Community Weekend, we held a jam packed, and boiling hot, day of talks and activities for all the family. We had so much fun and can’t wait

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27
Jun

Heritage Celebration Open Day – 30th June

From 10- 4pm on Saturday, we’d love for you all to join us for an exciting Celebratory Open Day at Boundary Way. The day will celebrate the wonderful arts, heritage and education projects happening at Boundary Way Allotments and Community Garden and we have so much going on during the day for you to explore and join in with. Read

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18
Jun

Printmaking Workshop Inspired by the Landscape with Linda Nevill

On Saturday 23rd June (this Saturday!) Boundary Way will play host to an exciting Printmaking workshop with RBSA artist Linda Nevill for participants of all artistic abilities and ages. We know it is going to be a really fun day of natural inspiration and art making so read on to find out more… Linda Nevill is a local printmaker, who

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6
Jun

Processions 2018 – Boundary Way Banner

On June 10th a banner celebrating the role of women, those who worked the scraps of land in and around Wolverhampton, will be processed in Cardiff as part of the Processions 2018 project led by the Artichoke Trust. This banner was created at Boundary Way with artist Anne Marie Lagram and some amazing visitors. We are so proud to be

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4
Jun

Fun & Discovery at Our Photography Open Day

Following our successful Sensing Nature Day with Penn Fields School last Friday, we continued the fun into Saturday with a Photography Open Day for the public. We held the day in the Community Garden and with several amazing workshops and a huge display of artwork and photographs, we had a wonderful day. Read on to find out a bit more

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30
May

Sensing Nature Arts Award Day with Penn Fields School

Last Friday, the Community Garden played host to Penn Fields School Sixth Form student’s final showing for their Explore Arts Award. The polytunnel was filled with the student’s allotment artwork from a year of creating and photographs of the activities that they have taken part in. The Sixth Form students led a morning of activities for the infant classes from

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16
May

Plotholder Portraits by Geoff Broadway

On 26th May, we will be holding our Photography Open Day at Boundary Way. This will feature a fantastic exhibition of artwork, by the students of Penn Fields School, and photographs by the talented Geoff Broadway. Over the past few years Geoff has been collecting film and oral histories around the allotment site – talking to plot holders, historians and

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