The Big Dig

BigDigLogo_largeJust a quick post to encourage people to volunteer to give up a bit of time on Saturday to get down and digging at their local ‘Big Dig’ event.

Saturday March 16th is Big Dig day when over 200 urban community gardens will be holding events to encourage more people to get involved. The aim of the day is to ‘involve local people, in creating vibrant community food gardens, which can reduce anti-social behaviour, provide fresh, healthy food and put pride into communities.’ What’s not to love about that?

I’ll be at the Northfield Eco Centre’s community garden – come and join us!

To find out where your nearest event is check out the Big Dig website www.bigdig.org.uk

 

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