Rotters Community Composting
Phone: 0151 448 1532
Hanging baskets in Cressington:
Project with children and parents at Garston Adventure Playground in October 2012. Funded by Cressington Councillors fund. Click to see full size images.
Looking on the brightside:
Garston primary school children worked to transform Cressington into a brighter greener and more colourful place by placing new hand-decorated planters and containers around the area.
School pupils, parents and local councillors worked alongside volunteers from Long Lane church, Rotters Community Composting and the South Liverpool Neighbourhood team to plant up the containers
Artist Andrew Hopper from the Four corners community arts project and Rotters helped design the artwork for the planters. The plants have been generously donated by Dobbies Garden Centre Speke.
Themes for the design were the Olympics and the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Kids in Bloom Competition:
Run jointly by Rotters and Liverpool Enterprise.
Click here for
full details and results
European Neighbours Day:
The Rotters' stand at the European Neighbours Day, held at Parklands Speke.
Open day at Chapel House Allotments:
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