Mini community garden in Watchet

Started by charles birch. Last reply by Mrs Susan Calvo Oct 12, 2016. 1 Reply

On the 14th. of march we set up a very small veg. bed. see U tube" admirals corner incredidible edible"on the17th. of June we harvested the potatoes. they were first 'Earlies' and made just over 21…Continue

job opportuntiy

Started by Alison Hayward. Last reply by Alison Hayward May 30, 2015. 1 Reply

South somerset Mind (Yeovil) is looking for a horticultural therapist for the Vanessa project.The role is paid for 6 hours a week at £10 per hour.  Please phone Gill on 01935 474875 for further…Continue

Tags: therapy, horticultural, work, job

Surplus Produce

Started by David Croxton. Last reply by Caroline Lewis Sep 25, 2014. 10 Replies

As part of our InQEDible Edible Project, and as a member of the Incredible Edible Network, we are not only looking to grow crops on spare land in our local communities, but also to persuade our local…Continue

Tags: gardens, fruit, community, Quantocks, poverty

Meeting and Open day at The Ivythorn Project

Started by Karen Chard May 17, 2014. 0 Replies

We are holding a meeting on Thursday 22 May for anyone interested in joining the project 7-8pm at 29 Ivythorn Road, Street.  On Saturday we are going to have an informal open day where people can…Continue

Getting Started

Do you think governments are going to take the lead in bringing about a sustainable food system?

Do you think corporations will put social justice at the heart of their work and encourage small scale, sustainable food production?

If you agree that the answer is an astounding no, then that means its up to us to organise and work together with other people in our community to make these changes happen!

This handbook is all about doing so - some of the practices, ideas and resources for organising together to create an ecologically sustainable and socially just food system in Somerset.

You will find information on how to get started, how to support your group to communicate and make decisions together and more, as well as practical advice about how to start different projects, from allotments to food coops.

We hope this guidebook and directory is useful to you.

It was written in 2014 by Nicole Vosper, with financial support from the Somerset Land and Food Project, supported by the Big Lottery.

For any contributions, suggestions for improvement, resources and more please email

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