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Mayor to Attend Winsford Gardens Open Day 4th June 2017
Penge Green Gym is delighted to announce that this year, our annual Winsford Gardens Open Day will be attended by the new Mayor of Bromley, Katherine Bance MBE. We have invited the newly elected Mayor, and we have been informed by her office that our invitation has been accepted and added to her diary of official engagements. Since our formation in 2011, we have always been supported by the Kathy as a local Councillor and we wish her to have a very successful year as the new Bromley Mayor.
Penge Green Gym has now been running for over six years, and Sunday 4 June will be the sixth time we have held an Open Day to show off our many achievements and aims. As last year, we decided to hold the event on the Sunday following the Penge Festival Fete as a part of the Penge Festival.
Last year the weather wasn't kind to us, and we are hoping for some summer sun 🌞🌞🌞 this year, even though attendance was great.
This year we won't be changing from a formula that has worked extremely well in the past, so you can expect all the old favourites - plants for sale, cakes and refreshments, a treasure hunt, face painting and other kids activities, and live music.
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Winsford Gardens is in Penge, London SE20 with entrances on Croydon Road and Garden Road, and lies between the Travelodge and the Aldi supermarket. It is served by the bus routes: 176, 197, 356, 358, 75. Nearest Network Rail stations are: Kent House or Anerley. Croydon Tramlink: Avenue Road.
For more information go to www.pengegreengym.org.uk
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Friday, 5 May 2017
B&Q has just launched a report called The Nature of Gardens, which summarises 10 simple steps to bring wildlife closer to home.
Winsford Gardens wildlife meadow
You could collect a handful of seeds from some local grasses, which are then likely to suit your soil.
More of this good advice can be found at: