With a huge thanks to the tenants across the City who donated produce, and to Richard Coopey, Libby Bailiss, John Williams and Maz Williams who set the stand and displays up, to Pat Gething, Anna Best, Sue Webb and other tenants who came and fielded queries and questions about allotments in Worcester.
The produce from the display, and the vegetable entries were donated between 3 local charities, St Richards Hospice, Worcester Street Cafe and Worcestershire Street Kitchen, all of which were incredibly grateful for the fresh produce for those that they support.
Transition Repair Cafe occurs every second Saturday of the month, hosted at S.T.A.R.S adult day centre in Stanley Road. The clever repairers aim to repair items brought to them for a small donation, whether it be a large or a small item. If the talented Ladies and Gents are able to fix the item you bring, but don’t have the required materials, they will let you know what you need to buy and bring along next time. So, if you have an object, whether big or small take it down and be met with a warm welcome. Alternatively, if you think you may be able to help at these events, please see details on what help is required on the Transition Worcester Website.