Alternative garden festival

May 30 2014

AS part of the Chelsea Fringe – the alternative garden festival – and the Get Growing Trail, local allotments and community gardens will be opening their gates to the public.

AS part of the Chelsea Fringe – the alternative garden festival – and the Get Growing Trail, local allotments and community gardens will be opening their gates to the public.
Venues include Golden Hill Community Garden, Horfield Organic Community Orchard and Upper Horfield Community Garden Club.
Festival-goers can expect garden tours, plant sales, demonstrations, food, music, morris dancers, and more. The event is running from June 7-8.
Glos Rd Central will be taking part by putting out planters full of flowers and shrubs to brighten up the pavements.
For more information on the Chelsea Fringe, visit: www.facebook.com/chelseafringebristol or www.chelseafringe.com
To hold an event as part of the Chelsea Fringe, get in touch via the Facebook page or contact Maddy on 07816 960658.

Chelsea Fringe Festival