Radcliffe sessions

Come and join us to help as Incredible Edible’s only project in Radcliffe.

Grafting event

Learn about grafting techniques on March 29th from 10am to 2pm.

The Big Dig 2019

The Big Dig is a project which aims to get more people involved in community food-growing. You’re welcome to volunteer for short sessions on the 27th April to help our local gardens get ready for the growing season.

The Ostrich sessions

Help tend the vegetable and herb garden at The Ostrich Pub. Maybe have a drink as well! All are welcome, and for more information please e-mail Jill at iepad.volunteers@gmail.com  

Foraging at Philips Park

Join us on a foraging walk with expert Dave Winnard, and see if we can find some edible flowers and plants. It’s amazing what you can find at Philips Park, and the children love it. It’s this Sunday 29th April, (more)

Seed Planting at Philips Park

When you buy a packet of seeds you often have a surplus. So, the Incredible Edible Seed Swap is a chance for you to exchange any excess seeds you have.


Happy New decade from all of us at Incredible Edible Prestwich & District. Wassailing is an ancient British custom of visiting your apple orchard, reciting incantations and singing to the trees. The idea is to promote a good harvest in (more)

Philips Park sessions

This is our largest site and also includes a forest garden. Sessions are on Saturday mornings from 10:30am until 1pm. Please contact Mark on either 07748 873200 orĀ  marklo@ ntlworld.com The sessions are dependent on the weather, and Mark will (more)

Prestwich Clough Day

IEPAD are at Prestwich Clough Day every year. We’re looking forward to May 19th 2019, and our stall should have plants, teas, soup and games for the children. It’s a great chance for us to let people know what we’re (more)

Philips Park Saturday

Yesterday we completed and filled the planter that the Boom group recently built. We are also experimenting with strawberries planted in pots and fastened to the fence in the hope that it will offer some protection from the local rodents!