Community Growing Sites
Community growing is for those wishing to grow their own fruit and vegetables. There are a number of growing sites as part of Grow It, Cook It, Eat It, please see contact details for each site below:
|Site||Address||Contact Person||Site Diary|
Desborough Castle (located off Rutland Avenue/Copyground Lane), High Wycombe, HP12 3XA
or call 07557 440567
|Desborough Road Diary.docx|
|The Aylesbury Vineyard||
The Vineyard Centre, Gatehouse Close, Aylesbury, HP19 8DN
|Dave Furzeemail@example.com||Aylesbury Vineyard Site Diary.docx|
|Waterside Community Garden||
Hill Farm Road, Chesham, Buckinghamshire, HP5 1QU
|Sam Free||Waterside Site Diary.docx|
Micklefield Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP13 7HU
|Micklefield Site Diary.docx|
To register your interest at any of the above sites please complete the registration form and email directly to your chosen site.
Not local to one of these sites? There are a number of community growing sites across Buckinghamshire run by other groups which maybe closer and more convenient for you. Please contact sites directly for further details:
- Restore Hope: Latimer Park, Latimer Road, Chesham HP5 1TU
Contact : 01494 765555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Restore Hope is a Christian Charity which seeks to bring hope to children, young people and families. They have both a community garden and new market garden and welcome volunteers for both. The Community Garden is used to grow both vegetables and flowers and is used for family activities run by the charity. The market garden is a productive garden growing vegetable and fruit crops which go into their FoodLife boxes delivered to local families needing food support due to the pandemic. They also have a flock of chickens providing eggs for the FoodLife boxes. Volunteers welcome with enthusiasm and a heart for the local community - gardening/chicken knowledge even better!
- • Grow Together Community allotment: Sierra Rd, High Wycombe, HP11 1GY
Contact Sheila Bees on email@example.com
Grow Together run a session for a growers group recovering from mental ill-health on a Wednesday morning and a Thursday morning session for the general public who would like to learn to grow without the responsibility.
- • Or visit www.goodtogrowuk.org for details of wider growing sites both in and outside of Buckinghamshire