The 2019 AGM took place on Saturday 5th October in the Green Routes garden in the grounds of Gartmore House. Afterwards, some of the students showed what they had been doing during the year and a group of them gave a performance describing the importance to them of the rivers in the Forth Valley.
There will be an Open Day on Sunday 29th September. All are welcome to come along and find out what we do.
After much anticipation and guessing Willow has produced eleven little piglets. They are all doing well including the tiny runt and amazing us with how active they are already. Pop along and see them at our Open Day on 29th September.
Here they are - aren't they cute?.
Our cut flower bed is beginning to look colourful so by next year we should have some flowers for selling.
It has been a really productive summer – all our lambs eventually arrived and we have 12 plus Poppy the orphan that we took on.
The heated propagator has meant that our tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers have done very well and there will be lots of chutney at the end of the year! Our chutney won first prize at the horticulture show so well worth getting a jar.
Our employability project continues with eight of our students having the opportunity for work experience thanks to the local businesses and people willing to offer this opportunities.