It’s that time of year again. Can you help us out?
Tulips were a ‘really big thing’ for our Gardens’ founders. In the 17th century there was even ‘tulipmania’; massive fortunes were won and lost by enthusiasts and tulip traders.
These days we’re a bit more level headed, but we are mad about the beauty of our spring borders.
Many of our lovely ‘daffs’ come back year after year and naturalise in the orchard and grassy banks. But like tulips, they need renewing every now and then.
This year we have over 2,000 tulips, daffodils and narcissi to plant before the cold frost comes.
Can you help us?
You don’t need to be an expert, just come and join us on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday mornings next week and be part of the planting team. We’ll show you how.
We’ll be planting from 10am – 12.30 . on 29th, 30th November & 1st December. Weather permitting. Warming tea and coffee supplied. Turn up at 10, or contact us in advance.
Plant the little globes full of flower goodness… stand back and wait for a spectacular spring!
PS There will be a lot of kneeling and digging with a hand trowel
We are looking for volunteers who can help us with the digital side of the gardens – helping us promote our regular programme of activities as well as our special events online.
The role of a digital volunteer will include:
- Creating and scheduling posts for our various social media platforms including; Facebook and Twitter.
- Assisting in compiling monthly newsletters
- Compiling and writing copy for the website
We are looking for someone with experience, but depending on your interests, we can tailor the role to you, and work with you to develop your current social media skills.
This will suit volunteers who might have:
- Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications
- Current experience using social media platforms
- Ability to work as part of a team and independently
- Good computer skills
- Proof reading skills
- Graphic design knowledge
- Ability to multi-task
Ideally we would be looking for someone willing to develop a long term relationship and is able to commit time each week to help us in this role.
Benefits would include:
- Access to a great historic garden with a growing event calendar.
- Experience working with an active charity.
- Ability to develop skills and learn new ones
If this sounds like something you be interested in fill in our quick form and we’ll be in touch to tell you more.
Here at Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens we like sharing what we’re up to on our website, facebook page and other social media. We think it’s a great way to connect with our community – and it could be for you too.
That’s why we are hosting the Castle Bromwich Social Media Surgery.
Our staff, volunteers and local partners are offering free social media help to other local voluntary organisations, community groups, charities, clubs and societies in a relaxed, informal setting.
The next surgery is Monday 7th November 5pm – if you or someone in your group would like to come along they can register via the Social Media Surgery website.
You can come along for some support, learn with us and then return for more help, or to give some help to someone else yourself. You can come to as many sessions as you’d like.
Current dates include:
We look forward to seeing you here.