Cllr Caroline ffiske writes:
W6 Garden Centre has kindly donated more plants for community gardening in Hammersmith. In the autumn I picked up a lovely holly tree and other plants that the Centre had not sold over the planting season. If you haven’t visited the Centre it is just off King Street and is a perfect green haven to meet friends and have a coffee.
Today volunteers from St Andrews Church in Barons Court picked up the plants from my house. Volunteers have transformed the gardens around the church and the plants from W6 were very gratefully received.
By Christmas, St Andrews will have its own holly tree. It will be nice to know that some of the decorations inside the church will come from its own garden. Now we just need some ivy.
Thanks to W6 and to the hard working volunteers from St Andrews Church!
By the way, St Andrews will be holding some lovely Christmas services and other activities. There will be carol singing at the Barons Court tube station on Monday 19th December. And a beautiful crib service for children on Christmas Eve in the late afternoon. Small volunteers are needed for all the main roles. Please turn up to apply. Details here.
Really good to see W6 Garden Centre donating to the community in this way.