We aim to facilitate an edible revolution by involving local people, businesses, schools and hospitals in local food growing all across the city of Bristol.
Bristol is the ideal city for an edible revolution - and the incredible response to our vision so far confirms this.
There are many underused spaces across the city perfect for growing food. Bristol has more green spaces proportionally than any other city in the UK and this means there are lots of opportunities for raised beds, edible gardens and community projects. There are also many locations that could be refreshed with an edible make-over.
Bristol is full of energy and has the relevant expertise, a fact demonstrated by the wide number of community gardening projects that are currently running, and by the tremendous response we have had to the Incredible Edible Bristol project so far.
In Bristol, we have the ideal circumstances for a city wide movement. Now we need support to fund a dynamic, high-profile edible impact!
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
The Incredible Edible concept of transforming non-traditional urban spaces into edible gardens is a proven method for transforming the appearance of streets, neighbourhoods and town centres. It is also proven to support community cohesion, reduce crime and address a range of social issues by involving a broad range of people in shared activities. Urban food growing includes everyone in a radically transformative and positive vision for their local communities, as well as providing food for people to pick, share and eat.
Bristol is the perfect city for such a simple, transformative vision. The timing is perfect. Please support us.
If you are interested in starting an edible garden or know someone that might be please get in touch via email, Info@ediblebristol.org.uk, or tweet to us, www.twitter.com/ediblebristol
You can also access our Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/ediblebristol or website, www.ediblebristol.org.uk if you would like to know more.
Steps to get it done:
Right now we are looking for an urgent injection of capital ready for the planting season. We are happy to work with any organisation that wants to be involved with our vision. This is a great opportunity at this early stage for investors to demonstrate their support for community led green initiatives.
We are working with local people, neighbourhoods and businesses including but not limited to:
Thompson and Morgan
Happy City Bristol
Bristol Food Connections
Bristol City Council
Bedminster Neighbourhood Forum
The Southville Centre
Urban Farms UK
Chelsea Fringe Bristol
Bristol Green Party
Blue Finger Alliance
Bristol Food Network
This is Rubbish
Lighting up Learning
Almondsbury Garden Centre
Bristol Good Gym
If you or your organisation would like to work with us please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
About the space
Bristol City Council
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