As you will all know, we are a part of a large movement of Incredible Edible towns and cities that span not just the UK but also the globe. This movement was inspired but the work of Incredible Edible Todmorden and has been supported by the Incredible Edible Network, founded by Pam Warhurst, since around […]
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On the first Friday of each month we take to the rails with Severnside Community Rail Partnership on the Severn Beach Line. On this session we will be visiting Laurence Hill and Montpelier, tidying up the containers on the station platforms and generally just having a good time on the line!
If you would like to win us for this session, please email email@example.com to book your place.
The work on the Wapping Wharf garden continues this weekend along with our friends at Better Food. Why not pop along and lend a hand?
We know many of you love an after work work party so here is the next one!!
We’ll be in the Bearpit Garden, maintaining the space and concentrating on the containers in the space.
Come along and lend a hand!!
Recently we have been doing some more work with the Severnside Community Rail Partnership and are looking at how we support edible planting for people and pollinators along the Severn Beach Line. We will be having a monthly work party along the line and this is the first of those sessions.
As there are limited spaces for these work parties, we are going to ask that you email us to book your space on the party!! So drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you. Unfortunately children under the age of 16 cannot be taken on these journeys due to issues around safety.
This session will include visits to both Stapleton Road and Lawrence Hill stations and we will be departing on the 9.16 train from Temple Meads…..
Come along and help us to maintain the beds in Millennium Square. There is always lots to do so it would be great to see you there.
On Tuesday 6th September we will be collaborating with Clifton Down Shopping Centre to make a new, beautiful and productive garden just outside the shopping centre!!
Not only will we be planting beautiful fruit bushes, trees, fruit and herbs, but we will be looking after the bees and other pollinators by planting spring bulbs and nectar rich flowering plants.
Want to get involved?
We’ll be at the garden, just outside Boots, from 10am and everyone is welcome to come along and give us a hand clearing and planting! Our friends Bee Bristol will also be there doing workshops around pollination so do come along and join in a really exciting day.