Wednesday, 31 August 2011

Paint Log

What a lovely surprise in the garden today on Grasshoppers!
 The children had TOTALLY covered a log in paint.
I guess we do advertise as FREE play!


The finished article
The culprit (plus a few others!!!)

Wednesday, 24 August 2011

Poly the tunnel

A huge thank you to Randy and Sophie for completing the second half of the polytunnel
(seen in the picture below).

Thank you to Jason for completing the first half and to ParamountPictures for putting it up in the first place....all it needs now is its doors putting on! 

Wednesday, 17 August 2011

Growing Gardens Sign

This is a sign the volunteers made at the beginning of the year, i remembered it today and thought it might be nice to share it with everyone on the blog. It was made by all the garden volunteers and our growing links group which works with people with mental health and or learning difficulties. The hanging has been created out of recycled fabrics which have all been hand made and sewn. It can now be seen hanging in our farms cafe.

Friday, 12 August 2011

row row row your boat

Many thanks to Monica for donating two boats to the
Grasshopper Project.One of which is being modelled by Ollie who has been helping on the project for the last two weeks.
What a good sport!

Tuesday, 9 August 2011

Thursday, 4 August 2011

Today in the garden

What we get up to.....

Today we decided to document an afternoon in the garden. Alex is a regular volunteer in the garden, she has been coming as long as i have worked there! Alex has her own bed to tend, this year she is growing tomatos celery purple sprouting brocolli and now cape gooseberrys. It was a glorious afternoon after all the heavy rain we have had the rest of the day.

Emptying plants onto compost bin.
Alex is one of our most dedicated and longstanding volunteers.

My Favorite

Spot the pumkin
onions roberts

Tuesday, 2 August 2011

Grasshoppers 2011

Grasshoppers Projects aim is to encourage FREE play and is FREE for children of all ages. Its in the Growing gardens project, in the maze area at Deen City Farm. 
tues-fri 10am-1pm. Over the holidays.

Day 1

Seaside inspiration

River Wandle

Painting the sun

another part of the Sun painting

Toms well built fighter jet

I think this plane is particularly aerodynamic........

Today the theme was boats. Thank you to Mon who donated two foam boats from Regents Park open air theatre. They were destined for the skip. They are now are used by children to sail the pacific ocean across the turf maze....they are loved and used a lot! 

Charcoal protraits


Katie has been helping on the project. It is her last day in this photo. Hanging up bunting the children have made. 
Thank you for your help!

Ship ahoy
'the' log


The End

Bye Bye

Thank you to all our visitors for supporting the project.