Category Archives: England
On 13th April 2015, there was a failed eviction attempt of Leeds Community Project. The former University of Leeds research site, a unique space of nearly one acre, contains seven glasshouses and many established plants, including rare species. It now … Continue reading
Syon Lane Community Allotment, located near Brentford in west London, was founded in January 2010 by a group of ecological activists and sustainable agriculture enthusiasts. Since then it has grown into a thriving comunal food growing space and sustainable living … Continue reading
Tinkers Bubble, 13-18 April 2012 Tinkers Bubble, a fossil fuel free community which manages 40 acres in rural Somerset, would like to invite Reclaim the Fields to our site for 5 days of hard graft and cider! It should be … Continue reading
BLIP – Bringing Land Into Production. BLIP, as part of Transition Town Brixton, have four active sites geared around transforming the derelict land into productive food growing community spaces. The projects are really exciting, worth a look if you get … Continue reading
The first UK Reclaim the fields gathering and assembly was held at the Grow Heathrow site. Visit their website for more inspiration, motivation and contact information. Grow Heathrow is a grassroots community project situated next to Heathrow airport. They are … Continue reading
Eastside roots is a not-for-profit, volunteer-led cooperative focused on promoting gardening, skill sharing and community building in and around Easton, Bristol. More information on East Side Roots as a whole and on their individual projects can be found here.