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Exhibition at Arnold Library

During February St Anns Allotments, Nottingham’s unique Heritage Gardens, are coming to Arnold Library.
Come and learn about the history of the site and about the vibrant community of the past and present.  Our display will be held at the gallery in the library.

Join us for the launch with our popular ‘Victorian Tea Party’ at the library on Tuesday 2nd February 4pm- 6pm.
Free cup of tea for anyone dressed as Victorians
Venue details and opening times see
http://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/whats-on/libraries/find-a-library/arnold-library

Voices from the Hungerhills

A presentation of writings from Nottingham’s unique Heritage Gardens
Using writing from the past and present we paint a picture of the gardens through time
Saturday 16th April 2016 at 11am at Floor 1 Exhibition Area, Nottingham Central Library
Free event but booking essential via local_studies.library@nottinghamcity.gov.uk, tel 0115 915 2873).

 

 

 

did you know you can book a private tour or talk for your group?

 

For more infomation contact Mo Cooper on 0115 958 9255, or email: mo_heritage@staa-allotments.org.uk

The Royal Geographical Society has developed as walk around the allotments Download the free audio or written walk guide here.

Urban Nature

URBAN NATURE is a conservation project at the Allotments that manages some of our wild life plots to provide as much habitat as possible for the locally rare and fascinating wildlife.

If you would like to take part in tree planting, along with a variety of other seasonal wildlife projects, the Wildlife Focus Group would welcome your support.

If you are interested, please contact the office

For more information go to http://urbannature.webs.com