Two types of bat joined us for our October Bat Walk

On a beautiful balmy evening in October we gathered at Ransoms Pavilion for our annual Bat Walk and talk, hosted by local bat expert Roger Havard of the Herts and Middlesex Bat Group. Once everyone had been primed with tea, juice and biscuits, Roger held us enthralled with engaging descriptions and facts about these fascinating … Read more

Triangle Garden Apple Juice launched at Apple Day 2015

Our very own Triangle Garden Apple Juice was launched at Apple Day today! Made from Triangle Garden apples plus donations from peoples’ gardens locally, it comes in two flavours: fruity and dry. It’s totally pure, from unsprayed trees, and pressed for us by Chiltern Ridge Farm, Chesham. It will keep till Christmas 2016! Verdicts on … Read more

Forest Garden sign goes up as Phase Two begins!

As well as celebrating our 15th anniversary and the completion of our Treasured Spaces project, this year we celebrated the Triangle Garden’s Forest Garden project, the first phase of which was funded by Waitrose Hitchin. The Forest Garden is a designed plantation of ‘unusual edibles’ such as Chilean Guavas, Honey Berries, Almonds, Goji berries, Cobnuts, … Read more

Celebrating our 15th birthday in style in our new Treasured Space!

On July 17th we held a very special celebration evening for everyone involved with the Triangle Garden over its 15 year history. As well as celebrating our 15th anniversary we were also marking the completion of our Treasured Spaces project, and the first phase of our Forest Garden (more about that in the next article). … Read more

New Mosaic celebrates Community and Diversity

We are very proud of our new community mosaic, designed by local mosaic artist Jane Visick, which was installed earlier this year as the centrepiece of our refurbished meeting space. The mosaic is made up of eight different panels each depicting the flora and fauna found at the Triangle Garden. In the centre of the … Read more

New Timber Pergolas Transform our Treasured Space

The pergolas are now up at the Triangle Garden, transforming the refurbished meeting space and giving it a real sense of scale and structure. As well as acting as entrance points to the space, they provide a framework on which to grow a host of flowering climbers, providing nectar and pollen for bees, and a … Read more

Volunteers plant our Pollinator-friendly Garden

Our Pollinator’s Garden is now almost complete, as volunteers from Garden Club, Growing Ability and our Sunday sessions planted up the new raised beds with pollinator-friendly planting over a couple of weeks in June. The plants were chosen from the RHS Perfect for Pollinators list to provide year-round flower for hungry bees, hoverflies and butterflies. … Read more

15th Open Day Huge Success!

A combination of lovely weather and the hard work and enthusiasm of our wonderful volunteer team, ensured that a great time was had by all at our annual Open Day and Fun Dog Show on 7th June. The day kicked off with a relaxed family-friendly cycle ride from 11am-12.00, starting from Ransom’s Rec and led … Read more

Happy 15th birthday to us!

This year marks the Triangle Community Garden’s 15th anniversary and to celebrate, volunteers have been busy creating a new community mosaic with the help of local mosaic artist Jane Visick. The mosaic is made up of 9 panels each representing the rich variety of wildlife that can be found at the Garden such as insects, … Read more

Groundwork UK to treble Triangle Garden Treasured Spaces fund!

Groundwork UK have just announced that they will treble the £5000 we raised this summer for our Treasured Spaces Appeal where previously they had agreed to match and double the money. So where before we had £15,000 to invest in our refurbishments of the Triangle Garden central meeting space, we now have £20,000. The refurbished … Read more