Fancy doing some gardening and growing your own vegetables on the weekends? Then come and give a hand with the Hertfordshire Students' Union's Allotment Project. Whether you're an avid gardener or have never touched a trowel before, all are welcome!
After a long period of inactivity, the project is restarting at 12:00 on the 6th April this Saturday to dig up some beds and plant some vegetables before the end of the semester. The allotments are found next to Telford Court Common Room on College Lane campus and members meet up every week on Saturday afternoons from 12:00 till 15:00. But if you don't have mushroom in your diary, that doesn't matter. You can spend however much time you want to help out.
Gardening is a great excuse to get outdoors and helps improve your mental wellbeing. You'll also learn plenty of new skills that you can put on your CV and because this is a student-led volunteer project, if you help out enough, you can potentially be eligible for a Go Herts Award!
All seeds, equipment and gloves are provided, so all you need to bring is yourself and a pair of sturdy boots you don't mind getting mucky.
If you're interested, please lettuce know by signing up for free and if you have any questions, simply email email@example.com
See you there!
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