Taibach Action Group (TAG) are phoning for volunteers to simply help plant crazy flowers this month.
It’s all element of Grow crazy, a £10.5m programme sustained by the major Lottery Fund and led by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, to inspire individuals sow, develop and help British local crazy plants.
Neath Port Talbot Council’s neighborhood development staff is supporting TAG to transform the existing run-down neighborhood garden situated powering Taibach Community knowledge Centre (CEC) into the perfect meadow of crazy plants.
Volunteers will come along to Taibach CEC on Margam path between 10am-3pm, Monday to Friday until July 18. Put on appropriate outfit and take your own gardening gloves. Volunteers are going to be at first clearing and making routes then sowing seeds and growing crazy native plants.
A launch associated with the done garden is in the pipeline for Monday, July 21 at Taibach CEC from 2pm. It should be part of a Summer Fete with a lot of stalls, demonstrations and tasks the adults and kids.
Chief of Neath Port Talbot Council Ali Thomas said “The Taibach outdoors Project is an excellent window of opportunity for cooperation working whilst promoting neighborhood teams, partners and volunteers to create a soothing, beautiful place for the complete community to enjoy. I’m sure the garden will likely to be an excellent asset, today and several years in the future.”