Composting System for St. Matthew’s

After a week of hard work the St. Matthew’s Church composting system is nearing completion. Thank you Des Stronge for all your efforts!

Composting System for St. Matthew’s.

St. Matthew’s Parishioners, Zoe and Zac Bell give a hand to carry some more wood ready for cutting to size.

Composting System for St. Matthew’s

Chopping wood to size with a little help from his Grandson, Jake Bell, with a lovely view St. Matthew’s Church in the background.

New Composting System for St. Matthew’s Church

St. Matthew’s Composting System frame being assembled and coming together.

Composting System for St. Matthew’s

The St. Matthew’s Composting System Frame being assembled.

New Composting System for St. Matthew’s Church

Des Stronge from Kill o’ the Grange Parish Church kindly volunteered to design and build a new composting system for St. Matthew’s Church. The wood needed to be measured and cut to size. A powerful circular saw did the trick.

New Composting System for St. Matthew’s Church

New composting system has been designed and now wood has been delivered to St. Matthew’s Church. Let’s start building!

St. Matthew’s Church Herb Beds

Glad to see that St. Matthew’s Church herb beds are thriving and attracting bees.

St. Matthew’s Church Herb Beds

St Matthew’s Herb Beds are thriving. Plenty of chives, fennel, rosemary and thyme for parishioners, locals & visitors to come and take for free.

New herb beds in St. Matthew’s Church Grounds

New herb bed to the right of St. Matthew’s front door including winter savoury, thyme, dill, mint, chamomile, sage, rosemary….

New herb beds in St. Matthew’s Church Grounds

New herb bed to the left hand side of front door of St. Matthew’s with an array of lavender, sage, fennel, rosemary, marjoram for parishioners and locals to pick & enjoy.

Weeding the Flagstones of St. Matthew’s Church

The weed free flagstones in front of St. Matthew’s Church. Thanks Anita & Helen!

St. Matthew’s Church Grounds 2017

Newly appointed Churchwardens to St. Matthew’s Church, Anita Murphy and Helen Barrett, doing their bit to help tidy the church grounds by weeding the flagstones in front of the church.