Feed Bristol Project

March 19, 2012

Feed Bristol project

Avon Wildlife Trust’s new community food growing project – Feed Bristol – will soon be open to schools and community groups to spend some time with them discovering the joys of growing food at their lovely site in Stapleton near Stoke Park.

Please feel free to share the attached flyer to any schools or groups who you think might like to come to get involved in the project on a one-off visit or take on their plot at the Feed Bristol site.

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  1. Heard the interview on BBC Radio Bristol at lunchtime today. What an excellent idea. I've been growing veg in my back garden for a few years now and my young son loves it too. I'm certainly going to try and come to your open day (evening session) in June to find out more. See you in June. StevePosted on: Apr 20th 2012 7:47pm by Steve
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