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Happy birthday garden…

The Tribe Community Garden is four years old this week and what an amazing difference the young people, families and community have done by working together to create a free place for everyone to enjoy, a place to learn, a place to rest, a place to play and a place to join together in making […]

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ECO Club

We didn’t let the heat stop us this afternoon at ECO Club. We trimmed the garden back, made sure everything had a good drink, created our relaxation zone and planted our recyclable watering cans. Thank you Alison, Carol and Alan for joining the group with all the hard work and also for the extra garden […]

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Summer Session

We had a brilliant time at our summer sessions even though we couldn’t get outdoors to play games due to unwanted visitors. We did climb trees in our community garden, tried take a line for a walk in teams to see how to work together, lots of crafts, pogo sticks and hula hoops, board games […]

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Gardening Club: Saturday 3 July 2021

It was a little bit wet at the gardening club this afternoon but nothing stopped the young people. We have cut some more branches down, started work on the compost pile and planted on some of the vegetables. The leaders went out this morning to buy new items for the garden after last night and […]

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How does your garden grow?

We are so excited to now be offering a gardening club to the young people from the Tribe Youth Group as well as their families and members of the local community. The club is running on a Saturday morning at Pendas Community Centre as we build on our community garden and is growing from strength […]

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Creating community garden

PRESS RELEASE: TRIBE YOUTH GROUP REGENERATES PENDAS COMMUNITY CENTRES GARDE

Young people from the Tribe Youth Group is regenerating land at the GVWA Community Centre in Pendas and creating a community garden to give something to back to the community.   The young people want to create a community gardens where people can sit and chat, children to play safely and for growing flowers and food. […]

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