The Dig in Newsletter has just been published by the CVS Community Food Growing project. You can read it here.
The December edition of Dig In – the CVS Community Food Growing project’s newsletter – has just been published!
Read it here.
Organic Veg Club started 3 years ago on an 18 acre site between Burscough and Rufford, with the aim of growing food sustainably and running a local Veg Box scheme.
After two growing seasons they now have a community of fifty members from varied backgrounds who want to produce their own food. They also introduced chickens and bees and have an orchard of fruit trees, soft fruit and nut trees.
In 2016, Organic Veg Club registered as a Community Interest Company (CIC) and became Burscough Community Farm. They are especially keen to recruit new members this year and there are two types of membership – with or without a Veg Box. Head on over to http://burscoughcommunityfarm.org/join-us/ to find out more!
the best thing we have grown is a small community of amazing people
The July edition of Dig In – the CVS Community Food Growing project’s newsletter – has just been published!
Read it here.
The recent celebration of school gardening in West Lancs was a great success, with over 65 green fingered children from 10 schools took part.
The event was organised by the CVS Community Food Growing Project in conjunction with West Lancs Allotment Federation and West Lancashire College, and was funded by Upholland Tawd Vale Lions.
Read the report here. Click on the pictures below to view the gallery.
The latest Dig In newsletter has been published. Read it here.
Read the latest Dig In newsletter here – published by the CVS Community Food Growing project