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A one-acre permaculture project, The Castle Garden produces food for The Castle Cafe, acts as a venue for events, is an educational resource and is an important local wildlife habitat.

Apple Orchard Wassailing is a tradition to wake up the fruit trees from their winter slumber and encourage a good harvest for the coming year!

The garden wassail takes place on Saturday 9th February.

Come one, come all, and enjoy...

3 - 4.30 pm
Free drop-in craft activities for children and families in Meeting Room (Quarry),
making ‘Wassailing’ instruments from recycled materials 

4.30 - 5 pm
Wassail for the fruit trees 

We are very excited to announce that the Cabinet of Living Cinema will be returning to the Castle on Saturday 9th February with a double bill - 

Mary Shelley's Future Shocks and The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (PG)

You are cordially invited to our Winter Warmer
on Sunday 16th December 
from 1 - 6.30 pm
 

Join us in the garden this Sunday for Apple Day, from 11am - 4pm.

Take part in fruit pressing workshops all day- if you can, bring some apples from your garden and take home some juice (please bring an empty bottle).

There'll be apple games and art & crafts for all ages. Plus refreshments- delicious, hearty snacks made from food surplus, and of course... juice!

The event is a collaboration between the Castle Garden team and food campaigners Feedback.

 

Castle Wild will restart for the autumn term on Friday 12th October. 

The sessions will now run monthly, on the 2nd Friday of each month, from 4.30-6.30 pm. 

Each session will have a theme such as Fire / Earth / or Shelters!

Please book in advance online or at reception.

 

For further information contact: events@castle-climbing.co.uk

 

Urban Harvest is a celebration of all of the tasty produce that has come from the garden over the year, as well as of the hard graft and collaboration- between insects, animals and people, that has taken place.

It's also a celebration of the autumn equinox.

What's on...

- Garden Cafe (seating under cover if needed) - serving teas, cordials and glorious garden harvest goodies - including cob oven baked bruschettas, and sweet treats!

- autumn equinox mandala and the community poem board.

Garden Party

A huge thanks to everyone that came down and took part in the Garden Party Comp last weekend - you can find your score here. You may have noticed we've done something a little different this year and not ordered the scores - this competition is all about having a go and challenging yourself. We hope you'll join us next year for another fun comp. 

This month's garden event is about taking some time to observe, be present, and connect with our playful, joyful, creative wild selves. 
 
You'll discover self-led activities and workshops throughout the day, to restore calm and balance, and nurture wellbeing. These include:

- mindfulness in the garden activities 

Join us in the garden for the Big 

We've got a weekend of spring celebrations coming up this month.
 
The first is a Spring Equinox Celebration on Saturday 24th March,
from 12 to 5 pm.

Spring is a time of new beginnings; we'll be setting intentions, planning adventures, and visualising what we'd like to grow over the coming year.

There'll be:

- creative writing and drawing activities

- gardening/food growing Q&A

- spring crafts and nature games for children, plus a nature trail/egg hunt.

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