Easton Community Garden is open to anyone who would like to grow vegetables, fruit and herbs in a beautiful, quiet corner of Easton / Whitehall in Bristol. The land was cleared of heaps of rubbish, brambles and all the stuff of dereliction in the winter of 2001 and has flourished ever since. We encourage wild-life and bio-diversity, use a no-dig, mulching method and grow naturally according to Permaculture principles. You don’t need to know all the theory to come and join us as we all learn together and look it up in a book if we are not sure about something.
We meet to work every Thursday throughout the year from 11am. There is no membership, no cost and you don’t have to commit to anything, just come when you feel like it. We are a sociable group, stop for tea in the shelter from time to time and share a picnic lunch. At the end of the day we share out whatever harvest is ready to take home.
There is a compost loo in the corner and lots of work gloves but please wear stout shoes and bring a hat when the sun is shining. Please look at the ‘Where we are‘ page to find us.