Bristol Chelsea Fringe: Filton Community Garden
Did you know Filton Community Garden has a resident fairy? Some say she is the great, great niece of Tinkerbell herself. Children are invited to visit Filton Community Garden's fairy workshop, where magic muscles can be exercised and mystery mused. There will be wand making, a potion kitchen and as always our fairy tree.
Booking essential via eventbrite as places are limited (15 maximum - see link below). Children must be dressed to get mucky and be accompanied by parents for the duration of the workshop.
Bristol Food Network is excited to be offering a 'satellite hub’ in Bristol this year as part of the Chelsea Fringe. A number of Bristol-based gardens will be opening to visitors for the Chelsea Fringe and we’re looking forward to welcoming you! We are all usually part of Bristol’s Get Growing Trail, which this year runs in September. If you want to get involved in growing in Bristol, check out Bristol Food Network’s Get Growing Map: https://www.bristolfoodnetwork.org/get-growing-map
LocationFilton Community Garden
Gloucester Road North, Filton, Bristol BS34 7PF, UK