Got a spare hour this morning? On your way to the Kirkstall deli and want to work up an appetite?
We’re meeting at the Drink and be Grateful fountain (at Kirkstall Traffic Lights) between 11am and 12noon for a spot of weeding and ivy-training.
Hope to see you there.
If you want to advertise your next community event on the Noticeboard at the Drink and Be Grateful Fountain in Kirkstall, please feel free to drop us a line via here, our twitter site or Facebook pages and we can arrange for it to be added to the board. All sites are now managed by the KiB team.
Hello and welcome to the first post in …… oh, over a year! Please bear with us whilst we overhaul our site and make some changes to bring the Bloomers back in style to you in a few weeks.
In the meantime, here’s a spring snap from our Drink and Be Grateful Fountain on Kirkstall Road.
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One of the hanging baskets made at Kirkstall Festival is still looking beautiful!
The Wildflowers are have really benefited from such a wonderful Summer.
Kirkstall In Bloomers looking very happy planting the beautiful Hydrangea this morning.
Kirkstall Festival this year was extremely busy on the Kirkstall In Bloom stall – Kirkstall Festival goers made over 60 hanging baskets and boots!
With funding from Community First, everyone was able to make their very own hanging basket or plant up a boot for free and take it home.
A great day was had by all and we look forward to seeing everyone again next year!
We would love to see you down at Kirkstall Festival this Saturday.
There will be lots of interesting events going on http://www.kirkstall-festival.org.uk/ and like last year you will be able to make a hanging basket for free (any donations will be welcome).
There will also be gardening opportunities for children!
The next Kirkstall In Bloom will be at Kirkstall Hill on Sunday 30 June 2013 at 11amHopefully see you there!