Monthly Archives: January 2012

Home Harvest Regional Feast 22nd April 2012

To celebrate the great taste of locally grown organic seasonal food, Sunday 22 April 2012 marks the date for the first Home Harvest Regional Feast – and you can be there! City of Whittlesea are looking for volunteers to grow and supply the produce for the Feast. It does not matter what your level of experience is, or how green … > More

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Epping Food Swap occurring monthly

Epping Food Swap is held on the 2nd Saturday of each month at Epping Primary School – 805 High Street, Epping, 10am – 12noon.  A food swap is a no/low cost way of sharing a variety of fresh, locally grown and often chemical free food while meeting like minded people. For more information please click here.

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50th Parkiteer bike cage at Epping station

Ride your bike to Epping station and park it securely at the 50th Parkiteer bike cage in Victoria. Parkiteer bike cages are convenient, undercover and a secure place to park your bike, allowing fast access to the station, to continue your journey by public transport. Entry to the Parkiteer cage is provided by an electronic card system, providing 24 hour … > More

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Garden comp closing soon

Have you entered the City of Whittlesea Garden Competition yet?  Closes January 31st 2013- be quick! The City of Whittlesea annual garden competition recognises local gardeners who use environmentally-friendly garden practices allocating a total prize pool valued at $2,100. There are 2 competition categories; Best Front Garden and Best Edible Garden. A team of judges inspect each entrant’s garden and choose a … > More

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Community Garden Working Bee Sunday 22nd Jan 10.30am – 12pm

The ACA is proud to support the Creeds Farm Community Garden, who will be hosting a working bee on Sunday 22nd Jan, 10.30am – 12pm. Cnr Redding Rise and Snugburgh Way, Epping North. Attendees should be seeing some  produce ready to pick, and also need to think about next plantings. Please bring along garden gloves, strong foot wear and dress … > More

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