FCFCG has had an office in Scotland since 2005 and we've done lots of great work inspiring an innovative community growing movement.

We work closely with the Scottish Government and have forged close partnerships with other Scottish organisations. If you want to find out more, or join in, or even set up your own community garden in Scotland you have come to the right place. Here you can:

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To contact us at our office in Edinburgh call 0131 623 7058 or email

Roz Corbett, Scotland Development Manager
Tel: 0131 623 7058

Louisa Evans, Scotland Development Worker
Tel: 0131 623 7058


Latest news in this region

A new organisation to support and promote land-based community development, green care and social care in the UK, has been officially launched by Lord Donald of Kirkharle today (April 24) at the opening of the Growing Better Lives conference in Manchester. Called Social Farms &...

Growing Better Lives 2018, a conference exploring and celebrating the links between community growing, care farming, health and wellbeing took place in Manchester in April 2018, sponsored by The Mayfield Partnership.

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Useful Case Studies

The Whitmuir Community Benefit Society Board have been looking into ways of making the growing activities of the 2000m² Project less reliant on funding in the future.

FCFCG members benefit from Community Learning Exchange in Scotland

FCFCG has been ensuring community growers benefit from The Community Learning Exchange (CLE) - a peer learning project facilitated by the Scottish Community Alliance which...

FCFCG member groups provide the inspiration for these videos, created as part of our Tyfu Pobl programme in Wales but of interest to viewers across the UK, which shows our members in action and illustrate how the support of FCFCG has helped in their...