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N E W H A V E N – o n -  F O R T H

A MURAL FOR THE ARMADA SQUARE GARDEN

Come to official inauguration of the new mural on

Friday 14 June 2019 at 2pm

For more details contact us at greenfingersnh@gmail.com

HELP NEWHAVEN BLOSSOM


Join our gardening sessions in the plots around Newhaven to plant and care for the blooms in the area.  


Currently tending the following areas:-

The School Playground, The Old Burial Ground, The Harbour and tubs at the Harbour, Fishmarket Square planters, Back of Fishmarket Square at the car park, Lamb's Court Garden, The Garden on Newhaven Main Street, Garden at steps of Auchinleck Brae, Planters at West of Andrew Wood Court, Gardens at back of West Newhaven Main Street, a plot at Willowbank Row and New Lane.  


Check out the Garden Groups Facebook page at Facebook/Newhavenheritagecommunitygarden


Drop in for just a short time or longer, help as suits you or you can have your own raised bed and grow what you want and harvest your veg, herbs or flowers.  No need to know anything about gardening, it is just so good for you, the area and the environment.  It is the season to enjoy gardening!

Go on!  Give it a grow!

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THE RETURN OF THE FOUNTAIN


The Devlin Drinking Fountain was donated by major trawler owners, T L Devlin, in 1910 for the Newhaven fishwives to have a refreshing drink of water before wending their way on their rounds. It sat at the Anchorfield end of the Promenade but was "lost" when Lindsay Road was widened in the late 60s. Now, after an absence of 50+ years, it has been returned to Newhaven thanks to the sharp eyes and generous heart of Brick and Stone, Broxburn.


The pink granite fountain, or at least what has been able to be recovered, now sits as the centrepiece of the Old Burial Ground.  Newhaven Heritage will titivate up and make better use of it by perhaps making a bird bath out of it or use it as a base for a suitable flower pot as part of a new garden design for this area.

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