We are excited to announce we have been shortlisted for one of three prize funds from Tesco’s Bags of Help campaign that is being facilitated by Groundworks. This money, from £8,000 to £12,000 will help us to grow the Urban Food Trail, maintaining what has already been achieved and expanding on that to create a […]
Where can i buy accutane in australia, Purchace isotretinoin online
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!
Today’s session will be at 100 Temple Street, removing old crops and tidying the space for the winter months. As it is getting colder and darker our Trail Tuesdays are going to become shorter so will be from 10-12 on alternate Tuesdays until the end of January when we will reassess them.
Do come along and give us a helping hand, or just come along and find out more about the project and how we hope to progress it over the coming months. We look forwardbuy accutane v-drugstore to seeing you.
Our Urban Allotments are alays in need of maintenance and this session will see us finishing off clearing the beds of summer crops and tidying up in order to be able to prepare the beds for overwintering.
We will be sowing our second successional crop of broad beans as well…..
All are welcome but under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.where can i buy accutane online uk
Come along and help as we clear the bed of it’s final summer crops and add some winter planting.
We will also be looking at how we can design the bed for better cropping next season, and look at creating a space for perennial herbs for all to use.
Today will be a workshop around training trees into espaliers. This method of training allows fruit trees to be highly productive whilst taking up minimal space and creating either a fabulous wall decoration or an edible hedge. We have decided to do this to create both productivity and safe spaces within the park. Please do come along and learn how the training is done!
Please bring secateurs and wear study shoes or boots.
All are welcome but under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
So, we’re doing a survey… We would like to know some of your shopping and cooking habits! If you could take 5 minutes to complete this survey on community food growing and eating, we’ll get back to you soon with a fascinating report that will help us understand how Incredible Edible Bristol can best serve your your […]
Bristol Food Connections week runs in the area of Bristol surrounding @Bristol and Millenium Square and Harbourside from 1st to 11th May 2014, and is an exciting collaboration between our own Love Food Festival and the BBC, highlighting and celebrating both Bristol’s amazing foodie culture alongside food issues that are real in every day life; […]