Located at the bottom of Park Street, Totterdown. The area used to be a playground but it feel into disrepair. After much work by TRESA, it is now a useful space used for many events. We are continuing to improve the site so if you have any ideas, please get in touch.
1st October 2017
Collecting apples in the community orchard Watching the scratter chop the apples. Working the apple press. Lots of lovely apple juice produced from the apples in the community orchard. Thanks to Richard for bringing along the equipment and to everyone who came.
23rd April 2017
On Saturday 22nd April, we held a work party at the Orchard and Community Space to play a small part in Earth Day. We had a small group of seven people and managed to make a great impact. The extent of the overgrowth on the embankment We managed to achieve our target of cutting back the weeds along the embankment behind the community space which adjoins the orchard. This extends the orchard behind the community space and connects the two areas together more neatly. People hard at work clearing overgrowth Four fruit…
24th February 2017
Sunday 19th February 2017 marked the first "Festival of Light" to be held at the Community Space on Park Street. Originally planned for November, a torrential downpour required a change in date so the event was deferred until February when we had a really pleasant evening, with just a slight chill to make it feel like the end of winter. We had over 30 people attend the event, helping to make lanterns by decorating jam jars. We also had lots of paper lanterns that were hung in trees to give the area a magical appearance. As it got darker and decorating became more…
10th February 2017
Come along to bring some light into the darkness on Sunday February 19 to the Park Street Community Space. Bring lanterns, candles, torches, lamps, glow sticks, or anything that creates a light. There will be a craft activity to decorate jam jars and prepare them to light up the darkness. From 5pm - 7pm.
18th January 2017
On 7th January, local residents joined TRESA to give a warm welcome to 2017 with the fifth annual wassailing at the community orchard in Park Street and on Zone A, Wells Road. We had a crowd of over 20 people starting in the community space with a drink of cider / apple juice before heading towards the trees brandishing pots, pans, drums and other instruments to make some noise that would awaken the trees. We sang a short song and learned about the history of wassailing. We then "toasted" the tree by sticking cider-soaked toast into the branches and pouring…