About Community Sundays

All are welcome to these sessions where we'll be gardening together, then cooking and sharing a vegetarian meal with produce harvested from the PLOT. 

We’re taking a pause on our Sunday community sessions to plan our events and opportunities for 2019. Check out photos from previous family friendly sessions on our flickr gallery.

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 PLOT 22 People Care Guidelines:

  • PLOT 22 is a special place where we can enjoy the simple pleasures of cooking over a fire, growing food and allowing children to explore and play. Whilst here we are responsible for the safety of ourselves and each other.

  • Ensure that you and any accompanying children are wearing weather appropriate clothing and footwear.

  • It is important to arrive at the start of the session as we will be holding an opening circle to welcome and orientate everyone and sharing important safety messages.

  • Please bear in mind that the site is by its nature hazardous: with open fires, ponds, fungi, insects, occasionally wild animal faeces, over hanging branches and uneven or slippery ground.

  • When children are here everyone will watch over them but ultimately parents/carers are responsible for them at all times. Young children must be very closely supervised.

  • First Aid kits are located in the cabin. Fire circle safety, safe use of the woodburner, kettle and seasonal hazards will be explained at the start of each session.

  • We will cook and share a vegetarian meal together with harvest grown on site. If you need additional drinks/food for your children or yourself please bring these along.

  • We have a compost toilet on site and provide hand washing facilities.

  • Please observe careful hygiene when preparing or eating food and help children to do the same.

  • PLOT 22 is a no alcohol, no smoking, vegetarian site.

  • Sometimes we allow participants to bring well behaved dogs - please ask. They will need to be kept on a lead during the session.