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Spring has sprung some pleasant surprises

Posted by on April 28, 2013 in News - No comments

All over Truro plants and trees are springing into life after this hard winter. And it’s happening in new places too, thanks to the hard work of many individuals who want to make Truro an even better place in which to live.

Furniss Island

On April 27th  the Friends of Furniss Island gathered on Worth Quay for general gardening duties and to witness the handing over of £100 kindly donated by Tim Light, Managing Director of Cornwall Ferries (operators of Enterprise Boats) to be spent on new plants.

Truro Community Library Garden

Next time you visit the Library, pop out the back to see the new garden which is being created by Godfrey Mortimore, Rob Lacey and other volunteers.

The garden is being created to help encourage the whole of Truro to grow their own fruit, vegetables and flowers at home. They aim to show you that no space is too small to start a garden.

Keep watching this site for more news on the project, what’s happening and how you can get involved!

The garden is almost complete and will be officially opened on the 2nd of June 2012 at 10am by Mr Bloom!

The Chantry Garden

Hayley has been hard at work again and has now finished planting the bed on the other side of the path.


And finally:-

We must mention Richard Budge and his great team. Once again they are gearing up to show Truro off at its magnificent best.


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