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Bristol 365 coverage of our crowdsourcing initiative

www.Bristol365.com published a story about our crowdsourcing initiative with Spacehive. “Incredible Edible Bristol takes to crowd sourcing website to raise funds to transform Bristol into the UK’s first edible city” “Incredible Edible Bristol is a grassroots movement to transform Bristol in to the UK’s first edible city through helping groups based across Bristol to grow […]

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Castle Park

Get your shovel Bristol, you’ve pulled

Incredible Edible Bristol recently got some great coverage in Crumbs magazine. You can read all about it here.   “If you were strolling through Castle Park this week you may have tripped over a giant vegetable bed full of all manner of green offerings – spinach, kale, leeks, herbs and perhaps wondered who ‘owned’ this […]

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Amerind Grove 5

Amerind Groove!

When local Incredible Edible BS3 member Sheena Stewart approached Amerind Grove, a BUPA Elder Residential Home in Southville to see if there was scope for a positive three way partnership between Incredible Edible Bristol, Ashton Gate School and Amerind Grove, the answer was a resounding, inspiring ‘yes!’ Amerind Grove got right behind the idea, even […]

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West Street Crew at work

Way Out West in Bedminster

The Job Centre in West Street, Bedminster, got the community teamwork treatment on Sunday 4th May when Way Out West, Bemmie Patchwork and Incredible Edible BS3 got stuck in together to create a bed and plant it up. The turn out was fantastic. Three wonderful women even stopped in on their way to Dundry Hill, […]

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East Street BS3 planter reccy

East Street Planter Ninjas!

On Friday 18th April, four of the Incredible Edible BS3 group decided to have a quick reccie meeting to take forward plans to revitalise the East Street Planters. Co-founder of Incredible Edible Bristol and expert horticulturalist Sara Venn was there too. East Street is a busy hub in BS3, where the local community and traders […]

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