General

26
Jun

Exciting Announcement for The Boundary Way Project

  We’re back! After a short break the Boundary Way Project is back at the allotment and planning for the future with a bit of help from the National Lottery Heritage Fund.   We are so excited to announce that we have received some emergency funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund to help us keep moving forward over the next few months and make exciting plans for the future.

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14
Apr

Sourdough the Mother of All Breads

A few people have asked me about how I make my sourdough bread. Rather than writing it and explaining what seems like a complicated process several times, I think it might be easier to put it down in writing in this little corner of the Boundary Way website. Firstly, please remember I’m not an expert baker (or anything else). I

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23
Mar

Coronavirus Disruption

By now it will be clear that communal events at Boundary Way are halted for the foreseeable future. The AGM and rent collection will now be moved to September. At present plotholders can access the allotments if they adhere to the government guidelines. The National Association has a list of do’s and don’ts which I quote below: Keep hand sanitiser

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19
Sep

Magnifying Mushrooms | Fungi Open Day Success

We were delighted to open the Community Garden and Allotment at Boundary Way on 7th September to put on a day of discovery to celebrate our Magnifying Mushrooms project. The day offered visitors a chance to see new and exciting artwork by local artists, workshop participants, the Wolverhampton Branch of the Embroiderer’s Guild and school children, as well as the

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20
May

Let’s Talk About Fungi | Tawny Funnel

Tawny Funnel fungi grow clustered in groups in the soil or on the woodland floor. Beginning their life with flat caps and an ochre colouring, as time passes these fungi gradually become more funnel shaped and take on a tawny-brown colour. Their changing colour and shape can make them difficult to identify and they are often mistaken for the Common

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16
May

Let’s Talk About Fungi | Scurfy Twiglet

A small mushroom, often orange in colour, the Scurfy Twiglet begins its life with a convex cap, which becomes more flattened over time. Its lightly scaly cap is a feature that helps to distinguish it and it varies in colour from hazel brown to ochre and orange. It usually appears in a troop, a group of mushrooms, and can be

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20
Feb

Beyondness of Bees Exhibition & Workshop

We are so excited to be collaborating with the Beyondness of Bees team, artists Elise Stewart & Sue Brisco. They have been working over the past months to bring together the worlds of art and science, with a focus on the microscopic world of the bee. We will be hosting an enchanting exhibition displaying the wonderful artistic outcomes of their

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13
Feb

Sensing Nature Arts Award Round Up

  Featured on the Arts Connect blog, the following article will allow you to learn more about the exciting journey of the Arts Award programme at Boundary Way so far… “Since 2016 the Boundary Way project have been running creative sessions with young people at Penn Fields Special School. The workshops take place at Boundary Way Allotments and Community Garden,

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5
Dec

Celebration & Creation with artist and folklorist Anne Marie Lagram

When she isn’t researching & discovering new folklore or creating her own artwork, Anne Marie spends her time running bespoke art & community workshops, providing business training, one-to-one mentoring and giving talks to groups. She really is a busy lady, but has still managed to find time to get fully involved in the work of the Boundary Way Project. At

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7
Nov

Ghostly Storytelling at Boundary Way with Regional Voice Theatre

The wind howled around the polytunnel and as the night drew in, the lanterns were lit and the scene was set ready for an evening of excitement, anticipation and chills for the whole family. Last Saturday evening, we were delighted to welcome Regional Voice Theatre to the allotment for an eerie performance of ‘Winter Tales’, and we can’t wait to

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