ECOWORKS: A global ethos as well as some stunning local surroundings

ECOWORKS Community Gardens are the oldest & largest in Nottingham having been established onsite since the early 90s. Located across 10 gardens on the appropriately named Hungerhill Allotments site in St Ann’s (or Stan’s to those who know him well), they grow a wide range of fruit & veg more than worthy of market display with an abundance of apple & pear varieties ripe for the picking. Especially this time of year when their lushious fruits are droopier & closer to the ground than Hugh Hefner’s testiclay.

 

I read it through the grapevine

 

Considering today is the 10th anniversary of 9/11, an Ecoworks heritage site open day seems more apt & appropriate a place for peace & contemplation than any other within our fair native city.

 

Do the wonders never cease?

 

Hatred & intolerance be damned as whichever dark & disturbing personal demons you might happen to be battling – these guys got the natural surefire cure. There is definately high risk exposure to positive vibes & stimulating sensory habitats.

 

Man the air feels good whistlin through my ears lookin out across St Ann's from the Clay Building Living Roof

 

Don’t just take my poorly chosen words for it however – check it all out now & see for yobadselves duckehs:

http://www.ecoworks.org.uk/gardens/community-gardens/

 

Ecoworks Mini-Orchard & Radish patch plus faithful convert

 

Old Eric's Shed & Outhouse

 

Until next time – peace to all nations

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