Thank you to local resident Joanna Ramasawmy for running such a great event, and to everyone who took part sharing greenery and making wreaths. You can see a collage of the beautiful creations on our Facebook group.
We hope that everyone is safe and well at the moment. Given the unusual circumstances, we are not having a face-to-face Annual General Meeting. However, we would like to keep you all updated as to where we are and a reminder of what we have been up to (despite several recently cancelled events!). We look forward to next year returning to normal and being able to resume our community get-togethers.
The Foodbank donations box is now out at the stall on Leyland Avenue every Saturday until Tuesday.
Please consider popping a little something from your harvests in to help ensure Sopwell residents in need get some fresh produce each week.
There are clean punnets and hand sanitiser available.
Located on a driveway at the end of Leyland Avenue.
Please follow coronavirus guidelines and walk/cycle if you are able to.
We are incredibly proud to announce that Kate Swindells, the driving force behind Grow Community – Sopwell, has been included in the Independent newspaper’s Happy List 2020. The list celebrates people doing remarkable things to unite communities during the pandemic. Kate was secretly nominated by a local Sopwell resident for “all [she’s] done for so many of us in Sopwell, especially during Lockdown, and for what [she] will no doubt continue to do in the future”. We are so lucky to have someone of her heart, vision and determination to inspire the community. Well done Kate!
@independent #happylist2020 @GrowSopwell
Find out more here.