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Garden group sprouts

01 May 2012

A dozen enthusiastic Docklanders attended a meeting at the Hub on April 18 to discuss the activation of our suburb’s new community garden.

The garden, adjacent to Village Green in Victoria Harbour, has only just been completed thanks to a partnership between Lend Lease, the City of Melbourne and Places Victoria.

The garden has made great use of timbers and materials that have been salvaged from other areas during Docklands’ development.

Those attending the meeting expressed great enthusiasm for the opportunities the garden would provide and, most of all, for the opportunity for Docklanders to be able to undertake activities together.

The garden is open to everyone and all are welcome to get involved through activities to be conducted in the coming weeks and beyond.  An official opening will occur in the near future.   

A second meeting will be held at the Hub, 80 Harbour Esplanade, at 7.30pm on May 2, and further meetings will follow.

These meetings and other garden activities will be publicised on the community notice boards throughout Docklands, within this paper and via the council’s email newsletter Hub Happenings.

If you are interested in joining in, please come along to one of these sessions. You can express your interest to garden co-ordinator Peter Crowley by contacting the Hub on 8622 4822 or via email to (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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