Seaford Community Garden is cared for by a group of
who welcome everybody and strive to make the garden accessible to
We positively revel in the numbers and variety of people who both visit
and volunteer. Volunteers are free to put in as much work as desired on
any Wednesday morning throughout the year and on Saturday mornings too in the
At any one time the group may include students, wheelchair
users, those with learning difficulties and retired people all with or without
A high spot of the morning is the tea break when
decisions affecting the garden are discussed and gossip exchanged.
involve tending flower beds, planting vegetables, propagating plants, potting up
bulbs, manning the sales table, tending the wildlife pond, building nest boxes
or putting the kettle on.