Plants are always one of our biggest challenges and we are very fortunate to have some local nurseries and garden centres who regularly donate to us, either stock they can no longer use or plants that we have cheekily asked for. However, gardens such as the Bearpit and the Quakers Burial Ground, our Edible Park, […]
We were really thrilled recently to be approached by the RHS Malvern edible team and asked to plant up 2 small raised bed gardens at the RHS Malvern Spring Show, which runs from 11th to 14th May. You can find more information about the show here. The gardens will really talk of what we do, […]
Once again we need your support!! We have once again been successful in getting through to the vote on a Bags of Help grant from Tesco and we need you to help us by voting for us when you are in store!! The money will go towards creating a bed at Millennium Square that will […]
This morning our Project Lead, Sara Venn was interviewed on BBC Radio Bristol and we were horrified that there was a question as to whether Incredible Edible Bristol would continue post European Green Capital year. With that in mind we would like to ensure you all are aware that Incredible Edible Bristol, as with all […]
This film was made by Adam, a Bristol 2015 volunteer who came along and spent a few hours with us at the 100 Temple Street Dig!! Thank you Adam!
With the 2nd part of the Millenium Square project about to happen, on 26th July, here’s a piece about the story so far.
We were very lucky to have been asked to be interviewed by Bob Flowerdew and Pippa Greenwood for BBC Gardeners Question Time during Food Connections Week. This is us talking all things Incredible Edible Bristol
The Incredible Edible network picked up early on on the buzz in Bristol. Sara Venn’s blog on the beginnings of Incredible Edible Bristol is here. “Bristol as a city is vibrant, fiercely independent and proud of it’s food culture. On every corner there is an restaurant or cafe, all offering different menus from […]
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 […]
Bristol 24-7 gave us some good media coverage back in March when we were just getting started! It captures our ethos and spirit really well. You can find that coverage here. “Incredible Edible Bristol is a new initiative set up by a dedicated group of gardeners and community leaders in Bristol. The idea behind it is […]