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. We encourage wildlife and use natural growing methods.
You don’t need to know anything about gardening to come and join us, we all learn together and look it up in a book if we are not sure.
We are re-opening soon 🌱 …
We meet to work on the garden throughout the year, and we are in the process of working out regular drop-ins and reopening again for an Open Day where anyone can get stuck in at the garden.
If you’d like to visit or join in, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can keep you in the loop with re-opening information.
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When we are able to re-open for regular drop-ins:
There is no membership, no cost and you don’t have to commit to anything, just come when you can, but we hope it will be often. We are a sociable group, stop for tea in the shelter and share a vegetarian picnic lunch. At the end of the day we share out whatever harvest is ready to take home.
There are lots of work gloves and tools but please wear stout shoes and bring a hat when the sun is shining and a raincoat when it’s wet. We hope to see you soon in this wonderful communal green space!