Moulescoomb Forest Garden

A Community Garden

By Melanie Matthews

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Moulsecoomb Forest Garden and Wildlife Project
A Community food project based at Moulsecoomb Place allotments, Queensdown School Road (just behind Moulsecoomb train station).
Open days Tuesdays 10 am till 4pm  Fridays 10am-3pm
Sundays - we will be open again on a Sunday from March 2007
Contact number: 01273 707656      
or  e-mail to info@seedybusiness.org
or visit the website www.seedybusiness.org

Our aims:

Reduce anti social behaviour by involving excluded pupils and youth offenders in the running of the garden.

Improve community health by offering free, organic and locally grown fruit and vegetables.

Enhance skills and employability by offering practical based training and volunteering opportunities.

Getting children involved in planting, growing and eating healthy food, and respecting nature and the environment.

Creating and enhancing wildlife habitats, protecting bio-diversity including old  fashioned vegetable varieties.

Promoting sustainable lifestyles, by encouraging and educating people about composting and the benefits of organic gardening and locally produced food.

This page was added by Melanie Matthews on 13/02/2011.