Welcome to the Guerrilla Gardeners
The Guerrilla Gardeners (GGs) are a volunteer group of village residents who tackle overgrown areas of the village. They can be seen usually on Tuesday mornings in their resplendent orange hi-viz tops. The group is supported by the Parish Council in line with the overall aim of improving the appearance of the village. Their focus is principally on the areas owned by the Parish Council (Recreation Ground, Foxhills Open Space, Lytchett Astro, Old School Green, Library Green, Allotments) as well as looking at areas belonging to Dorset Council that need more frequent visits than they provide. These are mainly common areas such as roadside verges, pavement clearance and widening, certain overhanging hedges.
The GG year runs from March to November and if you have suggestions for areas for them to consider please contact the Parish Clerk.
Below, you can find the latest Diary entries from the Guerrillas.
Guerrilla Gardener’s Diary
Welcome to the October round up of village news. Parish Clerk retirement It is with great regret that we have accepted the resignation of our long-standing parish clerk Tim Watton, who will step down from the role on October 31st. Tim… Read more about LMPC Newsletter October 2023
Wareham Road from Blaney’s Corner to the Rose & Crown crossroads had its verges trimmed and the 10 person team then made short work of weeding out the alley from Paddock Close to Purbeck Close. It was then a route… Read more about Guerrilla Gardener’s Diary: 18th October 2022
The Guerrilla Gardeners took advantage of the continuing lovely weather to complete the Blaneys project. The final remnants of turf were mopped up and mowed at Blaney’s Corner. The tiles around the war memorial were weeded in advance of a… Read more about Guerrilla Gardener’s Diary: 11th October 2022
This week 10 Guerrillas launched a major assault on the pathways of Blaneys Corner. Brambles were disabled and the path was made safe again for pedestrians and their pets. It was left looking clean and sharp and Kevin H did… Read more about Guerrilla Gardener’s Diary: 4th October 2022
There is a short stretch of pavement on the top corner of High Street and Middle Road that is very useful for those rounding the corner. The hedge there has been overgrowing for some time and the brambles are overhanging… Read more about Guerrilla Gardener’s Diary: 27th September 2022
The team tackled gutters and kerbs and verges all around the upper car park, the village hall paved area and then down around the Sports Pavilion and Scout Hut to the lower car park. This type of clearance makes such… Read more about Guerrilla Gardener’s Diary: 20th September 2022