Volunteer

Incredible Edible’s campaign on the “Right to Grow”

During the last few months, a number of Incredible Edible groups around the UK have been getting together online to share their stories from the last two years. Pam Warhurst and the Incredible Edible Community Interest Company (CIC) board felt…

Sensory Art Exhibition

A group of Incredible (Edible)  & budding artists have been busy with local artist Anna Columbine and Bury Art Gallery on their latest project called Sensory.

What’s happening at Radcliffe?

A huge hello from the Belmont site at Radcliffe. Spring is springing and we are over the moon about it. Let’s update you about what’s been going on and what the plans are for this year. During the winter, on…

Stand Unitarian Chapel – Annual Report

Stand Unitarian Chapel manage the latest site in Incredible Edible Prestwich & District. They started from scratch 11 months ago and this is what their project co-ordinator, Shammy Webster, said, “We officially opened on 1st April 2021, on the field…

Lets Do It! – Free 12 sessions, out in nature at Philips Park

Starting on April 4th, we’re offering a free 12-week nature and wellbeing programme at Philips Park, Whitefield. Held every Monday afternoon* at Philips Park, you’ll get involved in all sorts of fulfilling outdoor activities. *Moving to Tuesday afternoon if there’s…

Your Invitation to our Annual General Meeting 14/3/22

Hello. You are invited to the Annual General Meeting (AGM), which is on March 14th 2021 at 7:30pm to 9pm. On 11th March, we will e-mail all members with more information and a link to the Zoom meeting (i.e. the…

St Mary’s Veg Beds – A look back at 2021

Last February in the midst of Covid restrictions our meeting had to take place on Zoom. It was great to get together, although we were looking forward to being able to have group sessions at the beds again. With 3…

Happy New Year and our video review

This is a snapshot of what we have been up to in 2021. I hope you like it. see video And also, there’s a New Year’s message from our Chair, Joan: 2021 was a challenging year for just about everyone.…

Radcliffe October 2021 update

We appear to have a been a bit tardy with our Radcliffe updates recently, but rest assured there is good reason for this. Since our last update, the Incredible Edible Radcliffe team have been busy at several community events. Of…

Stand Unitarian Chapel

An expanding site behind the chapel, with vegetable beds and a small forest garden. We meet every Thursday 1pm to 4pm and we’d welcome new volunteers.

New Community Garden brings more life to Philips Park

Today, 5th September, Incredible Edible Prestwich & District (IEPAD) opened a new community garden designed for a variety of people and groups. Pam Warhurst, co-founder and Chair of the Incredible Edible movement formally opened the garden which was supported by…

Radcliffe – Growing’s not just for term time and oh Deer!

The Radcliffe site continues to amaze us, and we’re over the moon to have lots of growth this year. So far we’ve managed to harvest potatoes, radishes, lettuces, kale, onions and courgettes. Talking of courgettes, we grew a rather large…