Volunteers have been working hard over the past few months to keep the Two Wells Community Garden looking good for its official opening in a few months time.
Originally planned for May, the opening was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The extra time has been put to good use, however, with regular working bees keeping on top of garden tasks and the recent installation of decorative powder-coated iron gates making a statement at its entrance.
The gates were made possible through a 2019 Two Wells Community Fund grant of $2000, as well as contributions from Two Wells Regional Action Team and the Two Wells Craft Shop committee.
Two Wells Community Garden coordinator Judi Frost said the opening was now planned for Spring (date to be confirmed), when social distancing measures have hopefully been relaxed, and the garden would be in full colour and looking its best.
Watch this space for confirmation of an official opening date later in the year, where lots of workshops, interactive activities, guest speakers, games and fun have been planned.