Wednesday, 30 May 2018

Granton Community Gardeners

When you walk round Granton you can't help but notice the wonderful mini gardens that have popped up (and continue to pop up!) on street corners around the area, like this one



These thriving plots are the work of Granton Community Gardeners, a community based project that is encouraging local people to get involved in food growing.


The group then use the food  they grow (along with donated food) in community meals. Last night, I went along for the first time to their community supper in Granton Parish Church. I was very impressed by the delicious vegetarian shepherd's pie. It was great to see so many people enjoying the food and conversation too. There's a community supper every Tuesday at 5.45 in the church hall and the Granton Goes Greener clothing swap shop is available in the corner for people to swap clothes. 

1 comment:

Simon Douglas Thompson said...

I need to grow a potato in a bag. Or something.