Has anyone got a shed they don’t want?

March 27, 2010

Our picking and packing volunteers urgently need shelter from the Cornish wind and rain.

Each week they prepare around 30 vegetable boxes for Camel CSA members on Friday mornings.  Last summer we were blessed with blue skies and warm sunshine nearly every Friday, but come the autumn it was a different story

Over the winter we’ve been borrowing one end of a polytunnel from Jeremy Brown, one of our expert growers.  But now the growing season has begun he needs it to cultivate vegetables for his business at St Kew Harvest Farm Shop.

We’re looking for a second-hand shed that’s at least 4m x5m in size.  Ideally it would have a roof overhang or a verandah.  We’re also on the look-out for an unwanted polytunnel that’s a minimum of 7m long and 4m wide.  Just a frame for a tunnel would be a great help.  We’ll pay, of course.

If you know anyone who might be able to help, please get in touch with us.

Members of the volunteer growing team will be flexing their muscles this Sunday morning digging up dockleaves, spreading compost and preparing more vegetable beds.  Beetroot and lettuce seeds also need sowing.

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