The 6th annual Get Growing Garden Trail took place over the weekend of 4 & 5 June 2016. The Trail is a weekend when productive gardens which are not normally open to the public open their gates to visitors. This year we had 29 sites taking part, ranging from veg beds set up on a former bandstand in a public park, to commercial veg box growers; from a miniature orchard planted on a neglected corner of public land, to a project which is reclaiming a neglected historic walled garden; from Bramble Farm, where families came together to collectively raise animals for food on the Dundry Slopes, to expansive Community and Care Farms.

This year we had 2 new participants – The Old Library, Eastville and Leigh Court Farm – but we also had
The Community Farm returning to the Trail after a few years’ absence.

You can read the rest of the report here.

Come along and join us for a revamped Get Growing Garden Trail in 2018!