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Community Gardening in Bee-utiful Buckingham

Have you ever wanted to transform your local greenspace in to a glorious veg garden or give an unloved community spaces a horticultural overhaul? Well you’re not alone! Buckingham has a number of wonderful volunteers that successfully tend small areas of planting across the town providing small gardens and greenspaces for residents to enjoy. There may be other residents in Buckingham who would be willing and able to create small community gardens or veg plots and we have created some guidance on how this can be achieved.
Cllr. Whyte, Chair of Environment Committee said: “This new community gardening initiate is an excellent way to help turn some of our forgotten corners of public land into buzzing community gardens. If you’re a keen gardener, and know a specific bit of land that could be enhanced, do get in touch with the town council.”
Download Buckingham Town Council’s Community Gardening Guidance Document

Community Gardening Example in Bourton Park Photo: Section of Bourton Park that is maintained by
one of Buckingham’s horticultural heroes

3 February 2022
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3 February 2022
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