Linking Edible Islington food growing groups to share information, exchange those spare seeds, seedlings and extra tools and link up to improve that bumper crop of vegetables, fruits and herbs!
Give and Take Day
A Give and Takeday is a waste exchange or swap event; a chance to get rid of things you don’t need any more and pick up something you do need. All for free!
Upcoming Giveand Take days
Our very first Give and Take event in the Central library was a great success and inspired us...
The Liverpool Food Alliance is a network of food growers, composters, buyers, cooks + eaters passionate about a positive healthy food culture for lovely Liverpool. The LFA is third sector led, with members currently hailing from Food for Thought; healthy school meals caterer, Rotters Community Composting, Fareshare Merseyside and arts and health enterprise Squash Nutrition with support from NHS Liverpool CCG...
A very warm welcome to Neal’s Yard Remedies ‘Bee Lovely’ cluster: join a hive of activity across the UK working to help save the bees!
Learn about your soil, how to make compost, irrigation systems and all about sustainable planting, with a little help and inspiration from the NEW Forest Gate Community Garden (FGCG) Organic Gardening Course. The course is open to everyone including Project Dirt and FGCG Members but there are only a few places left so get in quick – last chance to enrol...
Join Project Dirt, Groundwork London and Bromley by Bow Centre for an interactive workshop as part of the new Make Grow Do programme!
This 2 hour session will cover:
We've been helping one of the local Cub Scout troops with their Naturalist Badge! And it's been a blast watching the enthusiastic children learning new skills, appreciating nature and having the most enormous fun outdoors!
It's been a busy month:
To the Beavers and Cubs- they are a lovely group and a real pleasure to work with. - To their excellent leaders who give up evenings and weekends to work with our young people. - Thanks to the Glendale Education Officer for a wonderful session, so very smiley and patient!
And thank you to everyone who came up...
Amazing news, Timberland have donated the Coriander Club £2000 for a Rainwater harvesting system!
The Coriander Club is a well known Bengali Women’s food growing group. The Group is highly productive. They use entirely chemical free food growing methods and grow a wide range of vegetables largely, but not only, of UK and Bangladeshi origin. Lutfun Hussain, founder member...