In Your Area

What would you like to do?

Learn to build a rocket stove? Hand-feed a lamb? Eat clay-oven baked pizzas using ingredients picked nearby? Wassail round an apple orchard? Cheer on the competitors in The Goat Race? Volunteer to help vulnerable kids get a change of scene? Or simply sit, quietly, in a green oasis in the middle of an built-up area and relax? There's lots of fun, interesting and educational opportunities available at community growing projects across the UK aimed at visitors, volunteers and people who want to set up their own groups.

Select a region or country from the menu on the left to find about our work in your area and use our interactive maps to bring up profiles of our members.


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Organization Name City / Suburb Membership Type
10 Acre Wood Wadebridge
1st Class College & Open Air Therapy Centre Limavady
34 Harbour Street Garden Whitstable,Kent
A Hectare Of Hope - AHOH Ware
A Space 2 Grow - Monkwearmouth Community Garden Sunderland
Abbey Physic Community Garden Faversham
Abbotsholme School Rocester
Aber Valley Community Allotment Caerphilly
Abercwmboi Community Allotment and Garden Aberdare, Rhondda Cynon Taff
Acorn Farm Knowsley, Merseyside
Active Lifestyles Kilkeel
ActivLives Ipswich



Social Farms and Gardens is pleased to announce its first community managed green spaces awards. The awards are the culmination of the first year of funding from the Welsh Government to the Community Land Advisory Service Cymru.

12 communities from across Wales will be celebrated and...

We are delighted to announce that Social Farms & Gardens has been selected to lead the 'Growing Care Farming' Project.

This project is part of the £10m Children and Nature Programme being supported by Defra, funded by the Department of Education and managed by Natural England, which...

Social Farms & Gardens has contributed to a Defra consultation on the future of food, farming and the environment in England, emphasising the role that city farms, care farms and community gardens already play in benefitting people and places - and how much more could be achieved with more...


Start / End Date: 28th and 29th June

Designed to provide a focal point for reviving interest in school-based farming and gardening, and the critical role farms in schools have in supporting the development of a holistic education approach, this conference will highlight the value of...

Start / End Date: 12th March 2019, 09:45 - 15:30

A day is for anyone in Aberdeen City involved, interested or looking to establish community growing activity in their setting. We also welcome anyone seeking to support and establish links with community growers in the city. We are aiming...

CEVAS (Countryside Educational Visits Accreditation Scheme) has announced dates for traing events throughout 2019. The scheme offers training for individuals who are working – or plan to work – with groups of school children, young people or clients with additional needs.