Wild Roots Growing for Wellbeing
Growing for Wellbeing at the Wild Roots Field is a charity-run growing project that runs twice weekly throughout the year. We grow produce organically to provide food for our volunteers to take home and ingredients for soup lunches at the site and at our sister site, Hallr Wood, for their forest school activities. We also grow flowers in our healing flower garden for seasonal bouquets.
A 30-Mile Feast, a Tasting or Other?
Open days on Sun 16 and Sun 30 during our weekly Growing for Wellbeing sessions. Find out what we're about, enjoy our healing flower garden and wildflower meadow.
We are opening our doors to show people what goes on at the Wild Roots Field during our weekly Growing for Wellbeing sessions. There will be the opportunity to wander around the site, see what's growing in our polytunnel and outdoor beds, take time to sit in our healing flower garden and enjoy the wildflower meadow area.
Light refreshments available.
Sun 16 and Sun 30
Any more information?
Open from 1-4pm
Limited parking at the site.
Booking required for some or all of your events, even if free?
Is there a charge for some events, even if others are free?
Any special directions?
If arriving from the Baltonsborough direction we are on the left hand side of Honeymead Lane shortly after the bend in the road with Honeymead Allotments on your right. Bright signs at the entrance to the site.