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Open Garden event Saturday 25 June

Come and see the beautiful Heritage Hub Community Garden as we support a local Open Gardens initiative for Kingsholm.  Garden open 11am-4pm, with refreshments available and an online display of some Right Royal Gloucestershire documents.  Just turn up, no need to book

Welcome to the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub community garden

Welcome to the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub community garden!


Heritage Hub garden: formal garden     Heritage Hub garden: volunteer shelter

The formal part of the garden                                                               The volunteer shelter - a great place to relax


On these pages you can find information about the history of the garden site, how the garden came to be created, and some of the things you can find in it.


Heritage Hub garden: flowers and bee     

A bumblebee leaps from flower to flower                             One of our apple trees


We'd love for you to come and visit the garden! You can find it at the Heritage Hub, Clarence Row. The site is open between 9 and 5 every weekday. Drop in on your way into town; grab a takeaway coffee and relax on one of our benches; you can even play some of our garden games - anyone for giant Jenga? There's lots to see including a wildlife pond, wildflower meadow, beehives, and some amazing original art.


Heritage Hub garden: mosaics     

Mosaics in the formal garden by TomatoJack Arts                                      "The Archivist" by Natasha Houseago


We even have some raised beds available for members of the community to plant their own things in. Please email archives@gloucestershire.gov.uk if you want to find out more!



Community raised beds. Why not take one on?                Wildlife pond


Check out our other garden information pages:

An Oasis For All

How Does Your Garden Grow?

Make Yourself at Home

Whispers of the Past

Keeping a Healthy Ecosystem

The wildlife pond

The Friends of Gloucestershire Archives shrub border


Image credits: Phil King

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