Thursday, October 25th, 2018
On Wednesday 24th October, 10 children from the Montessori Beginnings Officer childcare centre enjoyed a small excursion to the Timbertop Community Garden. The excited 3 to 4 year old children got their hands dirty as they enjoyed digging and watering the new lettuce that they had the chance to plant at the Timbertop Community Garden.
The children will get the opportunity to come back to the community garden to visit and see how the lettuce has grown, and take some back to the Centre to use in their kitchen. Before they made their way back to the centre, they were all treated to a babychino at the nearby Timbermill Cafe.
The Timbertop Community Garden built by Parklea Developments, gives residents the opportunity to come together to learn and share knowledge on gardening, nature and cooking. All the residents are encouraged to participate in the garden by watering, planting and harvesting the crop for their own use.
We hope the children enjoyed their visit and hope to see them again very soon.
Check out the pics from the afternoon below.