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2020 AGM

This year there will not be a physical AGM of the St. Stephen’s Millennium Green Trust in November due to Covid-19 pandemic restrictions.

Instead we have organised a ‘Virtual AGM’. The usual AGM documents (previous minutes, the Chairman’s Report, and the Treasurer’s Report) have been posted on our website. View documents here.

Any questions, comments, or objections can then be submitted via email at contact@millenniumgreen.org.uk.

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Autumn Comes To The Green

Autumn has now come to the Millennium Green with golden colours showing across the Green. Do go to the Green to enjoy the colours in the Autumn sunshine. Click on images to enlarge.

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Trustee Retirement

After many years as one of our Trustees Brenda Bridgeman is stepping down as a Trustee of the St. Stephen’s Millennium Green Trust at the end of August.

Brenda, together with her husband Ken, was one of the original driving forces behind the establishment of the St. Stephen’s Millennium Green twenty years ago.Over many years since Brenda has put in a tremendous amount of effort in ensuring that the Millennium Green developed and flourished to become the much loved community garden that the Green is today. She also spent much time working on the Green itself and has helped to organise many fund-raising events.

As a Trustee Brenda has always been a wise counsel to her fellow Trustees and has always provided very sound direction and advice when the Trustees have met.

The Trustees put on a (socially distanced!) ‘thank you’ event for Brenda on the Millennium Green. As you can see from the photo below we were blessed with a rainbow to mark the special occasion. Brenda can be seen with her dog celebrating.

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20th Anniversary Virtual Celebration

June 25th this year marked the 20th anniversary of the Millennium Green Grand Opening. We had intended to mark this anniversary with a celebration during our events this year. As the Covid-19 pandemic has put paid to these plans we have produced a ‘Virtual Celebration’ instead. This takes the form of a short video that tells the story of the Green from the original concept and the building of the Green through to the wonderful community garden of today.

Watch the video here. It is best viewed full screen if possible. We hope that you enjoy the video.

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Spring Flowers Photo Gallery

We are aware that at present many in our community are socially isolating and staying in their homes. For this reason we have taken a number of photos to show those of you who cannot see the Green at the moment. Many thanks to Richard Harris and Peter Akbar for the wonderful photos. Click on a photo to see full size.

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