Site open as normal from 10th April 2021

The site will be open again as normal from Saturday 10th April 2021.  Members can come through the pedestrian gate any day during daylight hours, or can come on Saturdays between 10am and 1pm when the big gate will be open and volunteers will be on site to...

March 2021 Site Reopening By Appointment Only

The site will re-open, by appointment only, from Saturday 13th March for members to deposit their compostable garden materials.  To book a slot please contact Hazel Saunders on 01452 770606  or via membership@bisleycommunitycompostscheme.org.uk Slots can be booked for...

February 2021 BCCS site still closed due to Lockdown

At this month’s Directors’ meeting we decided that the site will remain closed and locked up for another month, due to the current lockdown and Covid situation.  In the meantime please store your composting materials at home.

January 2021 Lockdown: BCCS site closed for 4 weeks

Following the announcement of the third England lockdown on 4th January, BCCS Directors have decided to close the BCCS composting site while we review the situation.  So the site will be closed and locked up for the next 4 weeks, and we will revisit this decision at...

Our 15th Birthday!

We are celebrating our 15th birthday.  Yes, Bisley Community Composting Scheme is now 15 years old!  We still have two of the founding directors, Lesley and Liz, and this autumn we welcomed Martin Brown to the board. Membership secretary Hazel baked us this lovely...

WORLD SOIL DAY DECEMBER 5th 2020

Keep soil alive, protect soil biodiversity WORLD SOIL DAY 2020 World Soil Day 2020 (#WorldSoilDay) and its campaign “Keep soil alive, Protect soil biodiversity” aims to raise awareness of the importance of maintaining healthy ecosystems and human...

Danger from selective weedkillers used on lawns

Selective weedkillers that may be used on lawns to kill broadleaved weeds growing in the grass can persist in compost for months or years, killing flowers or vegetable crops.  It is very important not to bring grass clippings to the site if your lawn has been treated...

No plastic (or scary objects!) please!

We would be grateful if members and members’ gardeners could be sure there are no bolts, screws, or other metal objects (we find many trowels and garden forks) in the deposited green materials. These are damaging our shredder and could cause serious injury to...