The Oasis Community Gardens is now a beautiful location in the heart of a disadvantaged housing estate. Many projects are working together on the site which also includes Community Centre with activities and projects for all ages. The Gardens include a Dome Greenhouse for growing flowering plants; a Poly Tunnel which grows vegetables, Raised beds inside and outside for growing fruit and vegetables, play areas, inclusive play area for disabled children, a trim trail; Children's garden plots for the Nature Quest Kids Project; a community orchard; British tree species nursery plot; herb garden; rose garden, Climbing plants area; perennial borders; Strawberry patch, rhubarb patch; Dahlia patch; fruit bushes; Topiary trees; Composting areas; Gala space; sports area; pre school children's soft surface play park; children's sculpture project; wildflower/nature area; gazebo and sensory gardens.
The park and gardens are open every day and now hosts many projects for the community including a GALA Day, Children's Fun Days, Proms in the Park, Children's Holiday Club Care project
Facilities: Cafe, Volunteering, Community space for hire, Picnic area, Community recycling/composting, Play area, Play activities, Holiday activities, Wildlife area
Open to the public?Yes
Open to the public - details: During opening times
Monday to Saturday from 9am-5pm Evening when on and groups are in using the building.
Often open on Sundays too.
360 Days a year.
Details of livestock and rare breeds kept:
Swedish flower hens
Old English Game
Just a short walk from the centre of Worksop. Kilton Hill, take the Kilton Crecent exit then into Longfellow Drive. First entrance to the right. Pedestrian access via entrance from Longfellow Drive. Car park access via Dickens Road entrance
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