On Sunday last, 27 October, 2013 the Mid Richmond Community Garden was officially named 'The Hive'. All present enjoyed the sunshine, great food and camaraderie and were excited at the selection of the community garden's name. A 'hive' is as most know, an artificial home for bees or a scene of busy activity. It is a lovely, suitable name for what will definitely become 'a scene of busy activity' in the not too distant future. We enjoyed a delightful array of food, with delicious local egg and salad rolls and fresh home-made lemonade served by Clayton our happy Garden Co-Ordinator. Thank you Clayton and all who came along and bought a plate to share on the day. We also enjoyed contributing our creativity to a canvas - a great idea of Willow's, which will be a great reminder of our 'naming day'. Our tie-dyed flags, which were lovingly made at the local Saturday market, were hung with much joy between the two pine trees at the front of the garden in Mangrove Street, Evans Head. They look like prayer flags strung between the trees and we hope they bring many blessings to the community garden.