Bedlington in Bloom needs people to support the great work they are doing. If you are interested please please ring Stobhill Link on 01670 519575 or email enquiries email@example.com and we will pass on your information.
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We have a lovely new fence thanks to the generosity of Councilor John Beynon who secured grant funding from Northumberland County Council. It needs a good coat of paint to preserve it for as long as possible. We would like as many local people to help as possible. If you could give a couple of hours of your time it would be very much appreciated. Please bring a paintbrush or roller if you can. All are welcome. Call us on 01670 519575 to confirm your availability.
Refreshments, snacks and a fantastic atmosphere will be provided.
We now have a sturdy fence around the site, giving us a good size area to develop into a Garden which will be usable space for all the community. We have moved the Polytunnel ready to fix down and recover. We are starting to build raised beds and planters, to offer the opportunity for local people gain experience in grow flowers and vegetables. As part of the plan we intend to have an area for activities / social gatherings and a quiet space for peaceful contemplation.
We would like to thank Councillor John Beynon for his generous contribution for the fence and all the volunteers who have help us get this far.
We would like to hear from anyone who is able to give us some of their time to help use create the garden. We could also do with wood, planters and plants that anybody can spare.
We have a limited amount of food available, donated by Asda, which we can distribute to local people who need this support. We will still making referrals to Wansbeck Valley Food Bank. Please ring 01670 519 575 during office hours only, 9 am to 2.30 pm.
The North East First Credit Union (formally Northumberland Credit Union) is no longer operation from Stobhil Link. For all enquirers please phone 0330 055 366. The nearest Collection point will be the Community Hub, Pegswood. We will post updates if this situation changes.
We are about to start creating a Community Garden. We want to make growing vegetables and flowers. accessible to all our residents. The plan is to build raise beds so people with disabilities or older people who are unable to stand for long can still take part. We need large planters and wood planks. We could also do with some spare flower plants. Any Offers please contact Stobhill Link, Monday to Friday 9 am – 2.30 pm on 01670 519575. We can collect items.