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Low Input Gardening

Recently we worked with Bristol Waste on their Waste Nothing campaign, supporting the families taking part in the Waste Nothing campaign to learn some gardening and food growing skills. The aim of the campaign is to cut these families waste collections , not just of waste going to landfill but also cut down the amount […]

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An exciting project supporting food growing and skill sharing in Avonmouth

Designed to help boost the local economy, GWR invited bids from its Customer and Communities Improvement Fund (CCIF) last Summer, and today we are one of Bristol area winners to have been revealed, including funding for a community food growing and learning space. Welcoming the award Severnside Community Rail Partnership’s Heather Cullimore said: “We are […]

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Work Parties in 2019

Our work parties will now be on regular dates throughout each month, beginning in May 2019!! 1st Thursday                   Millennium Square 1st Friday                        Severn Beach Line 1st Saturday                   Quakers Burial Ground 2nd Thursday                  Urban Food Trail-more info on Facebook event and at 2nd Saturday                  Edible Fishponds at Straits Parade 3rd Wednesday             The Bearpit Garden 3rd […]

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We are 3!!

Three years ago today Sara Venn tweeted……. Serious question #Bristol. Why have we no Incredible Edible Bristol and would anyone be interested if I tried to set something going? Ps RT And the rest, as they say, is history!! So what have we achieved in 3 years? Well we have supported 37 gardens to flourish, […]

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A Big Week In The Bearpit

Our volunteer and collaborator Fred Barker has written a piece on the empowerment getting involved with Incredible Edible Bristol can inspire.  What to do in these troubled political times?  How to make a difference? Well don’t just leave it to the politicians!  Of course they have a role, but so do we all. More than […]

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A Revolution of Kindness…….

Incredible Edible Bristol has always been a political movement, one that wants to fight for food sovereignty, for food security and for resilient people and communities both in our beautiful city of Bristol and in the wider Incredible Edible community. We want to see prosperity redefined and health and happiness seen as at least as […]

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