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Our new greenhouse is open!

Our new greenhouse is open!

The Dartmouth Community Greenhouse was officially opened on October 1st by local MP Anthony Mangnall and attended by many sponsors, supporters and well wishers. He said that the greenhouse was ‘a remarkable achievement and a team effort which would withstand the test of time’.    He praised the work of Dartmouth Green Partnerships’ volunteers saying: […]

Marking the end of an era

Marking the end of an era

To mark the passing of our much loved Monarch, and in a fitting tribute to the memory of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, we have planted myrtles in our four of our square containers in Dartmouth – two on the riverfront outside the Harbour Office, and two in our Community Garden. A sprig of myrtle  […]

Greenhouse is new Dartmouth la...

  Our new community greenhouse has been erected August 2022 in the Dartmouth Community Garden on the riverfront at the junction with Mayor’s Avenue on the site of the old depot. It has cost more than £100,000 including site preparation, structure and fittings. DGP Chairman, Stevie Rogers, said: ‘We are delighted to have the new […]

DGP wins Green Flag 2022

        Dartmouth Green Partnerships is celebrating after receiving a Green Flag Community Award for the Dartmouth Community Garden and Greenhouse for the second year running. This year it was one of only 14 community gardens in the whole of the South West, and the only one in Devon, to win this coveted […]

Taking a pride in Dartmouth

Taking a pride in Dartmouth

Rather than complain about the weeds and overgrown areas in the town, Dartmouth Green Partnership volunteer gardeners are taking action – an example of civic pride. Dartmouth Green Partnerships Chairman, Stevie Rogers, said: “We take a pride in Dartmouth and want to make it look its best. The weeds along the riverfront spoil this beautiful […]