It’s all about working with local folk like yourself and planting vegetables, fruit trees, herbs throughout Swindon to be freely available for the community to enjoy.
The idea is to replicate the successful growing revolution that started in Todmorden.
We believe that we are stronger together, so all our projects are collaborations with all interested parties and of course local residents. We work on a number of projects and are always keen to hear about new ideas or advice that we can give/receive. See our blog for project updates.
If you would like to offer spare time or raw materials, please get in touch. We love to reuse & recycle as much as possible and occasionally need things like unwanted pallets or compost.
Not interested in gardening yet still would like to help in some other way? Let us know.
We meet up for a social on the 3rd Wednesday of every month from 6-8pm in the Glue Pot Inn in Swindon’s historic railway village.
If you are interested in what we do and/or getting involved, then this social evening is a good opportunity to meet us.
See you soon!
Helping to grow our communities one Edible at a time!
Proud to be part of the Incredible Edible Network
Planting in the West Swindon beds has finally caught up with the weather. A number of vegetables have gone in at four sites in the area (Woollaton, Bosham, Freshbrook, Freshbrook Church). Purple sprouting... READ MORE
Two weeks ago we broke Incredible Edible ground on a large bed outside Freshbrook Church in West Swindon. Overgrown shrubs and a slew of forget-me-nots, lungwort and heather were relocated to make way... READ MORE
Saturday saw the Spring tidy of the bed at Freshbrook Centre. Bulbs were relocated (with varying degrees of success) to the verge and weeds removed. Lured by the beautiful weather conditions we may... READ MORE
A few days ago Incredible Edible joined a variety of other representatives of Parish, Horticulture and Wildlife to initiate the Swindon Pollinator Project. (Expect that name to change. The working title of “Swindon... READ MORE