Sunflowers for Change is back again for summer 2015!!
Throughout April and May we’ll be recruiting volunteers to be part of this impactful community project. Now’s your chance to be part of the change – help in transforming the urban New Cross environment by creating bountiful habitats to improve biodiversity and create habitat for bees and birds.
There are a wide variety of volunteer roles available to suit your schedule and interest. It’s a great opportunity to involve yourself with an innovative community project!
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And join in at our planting events: when we’ll be transplanting our baby sunflowers into their permanent homes. Wear casual, comfortable clothes (that you don’t mind getting dirty) and sturdy shoes. Tools and gloves will be provided.
June 24th, 7 – 8:30pm
Join us planting out a final batch of sunflowers to replace some of the damaged seedlings from our first round of planting. We’ll be starting at the Lewisham Way site and then covering a few others during the 1.5 hour time slot, so please arrive promptly at 7pm so you can stick with the team as they move from site to site.
Meet on the corner of Lewisham Way and St Donats Road (just opposite the Old Haberdasher pub.
June 27th, 2 – 4pm
Join us planting out a final batch of sunflowers to replace some of the damaged seedlings from our first round of planting. We’ll be starting at the bus stop site, in front of the Lewisham homes flats and then covering a few others during the 2 hour time slot, so please arrive promptly at 2pm so you can stick with the team as they move from site to site.
Meet at the site planted behind the bus stop, near # 221 New Cross Road, in the front grounds of the Lewisham Homes flats, directly behind bus stop H.
Or collect seeds to sow yourself: pick some up from New Cross Learning, 283 New Cross Road or from Goldsmiths Student Union reception.
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