judithdigsbeeston - South Leeds Life Contributor
Beeston made a good show at the Leeds in Bloom presentation at the John Charles Centre on Thursday. Awarded for Spring Judging Summer Judging St Anthony’s RC School Bronze Silver Hugh Gaitskill School Bronze St David’s Church Bronze Silver St Mary’s Church Gold Gold White Rose Centre Gold Silver Evans Gold Gold Park Fisheries Silver Gold Sunnyview House Bronze Silver Beeston in Bloom Gold Gold Here are [...]
Thank you to those who helped us raise £110+ (some ‘can’t make it but I”ll send a donation money not in yet) at the Watsonian coffee morning on Friday.
Don’t forget to put this one in your diary!
Scary monsters are just mangy mushroom Mr Mallard is dressed to impress In fact, March has made Miggy Woods all Dingley Dell:
It’s impossible to photograph how lovely it was in the park this lunchtime. The crocuses if not carpetting the park are at least picnic rugs spread under the sound of birdsong – blackbird and robin and maybe a thrush. The children laughing and singing and calling not whining and cold and tired by school days. [...]
To mulch or not to mulch hat is the question - this is the side wall of the chip shop which we asked if we could plant a couple of years ago. Before that it was dandelions and rubbish. We wondered, with it being the pub car park, whether our planting would survive – it’s [...]
First the snowdrops in Cross Flatts Park, then the crocus hunt began. By the Monday monthly meet not only were there crocuses under the window at the Watsonia Pavilion, it was also light enough just after 5 to see them. ( And clear enough because the previous Saturday the area had been given a trim [...]
We were not the only group active in the park on Saturday. As I walked up the tree lined path, there was a group of teenage lads and a bag of footballs, all ready at 10 in the morning to do some training and the Watsonia Pavilion was busy with a church service. We were having a tidying [...]
This is not the best time of year to introduce you to a gardening club but here is what we did in our last monthly big dig before the snow came: We call it the Cardinal Triangle, I’m not sure why, but if you want to see how it is getting on, it is between [...]