A 4.5 acre former mill site, now a community garden and wider biopark, this project is a great example of growing community and environmental help by using permaculture practices and building good relationships with local council.
Growing Well Together In Action
Our case studies show how we plant a seed to grow a community. They are crammed full of inspiration about how we have helped community growers across the UK to achieve more, work better and become more sustainable.
We don't take the credit for the passion and vision of local people, or the hard work they do to develop community sites which make big differences in people's lives.
But what we do take credit for is helping make this great work happen by offering expertise honed by 40 years in existence; by producing information resources that get to the heart of problems encountered by community growers; by running events and training that help people find the best way of doing things. And by ensuring that our members great work is promoted to decision makers across the UK.
So read on and get inspired!