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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.

To find out more, select a region or UK country from the menu on the left, use Map View to search via our interactive map (you can click on the map pins to bring up profiles of specific community growing sites), or use List View to find growing projects near you. 


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Where to start the search. This can be an address, city or postcode. If searching in London, try "London N1" instead of "N1".
Organization Name City / Suburb Membership Type
Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) Machynlleth, Powys
East Hull Community Farm Hull, N. Humberside
Bill Quay Community Farm Gateshead, Tyne & Wear
Prism City Farm Project Bradford
Calthorpe Project London
Coram's Fields London
Culpeper Community Garden London
Deen City Farm London
Brockhill Park Performing Arts College Hythe, Kent
Hackney City Farm London
Gorse Hill City Farm Leicester, Leicestershire
Hartcliffe Community Park Farm Bristol



NB: UPDATED 10/01/2016

Measures to protect chickens and other captive birds against Avian Flu have been extended in England, Scotland and Wales, with a protection zone now in place until 28th February. Keepers of captive birds are required to keep them indoors until that date (or enact...

A new UK-wide campaign, inspiring people to become ‘Local Heroes’ by taking action to support community growing groups in their neighbourhoods, has been officially launched today. Professional gardener and BBC broadcaster Christine Walkden is kicking off the campaign with a new video encouraging...

Woodlands Community Garden in Glasgow has won £10,000 worth of National Garden Vouchers as the overall winner in a national competition run by TV gardener David Domoney.

David, who presents ITV's Love Your Garden and has a column in the Sunday Mirror, heads up a community gardening...


Start / End Date: 6th to 10th September 2017

The European conference is held each year in a member country to further European co-operation and understanding and to promote, training, ‘seeing is believing’, networking and communication of good practice.

Start / End Date: 30th June to 1st July 2017

The School Farms Network Education Alliance Conference, hosted by The Royal Agricultural University (RAU) at its Cirencester campus, will provide a focal point for educators, policy makers and other professionals to revive interest in school...

Start / End Date: 13th March 2017, 10:30 to 15:30

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