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Introduction to Forest Gardening

An introduction to forest gardening: For anyone interested in learning about forest gardening. The session will cover what a forest garden is, how the plants interact with each other, the “no dig” method and the importance of minimal soil disturbance.

Ginnel Garden – Robert Street Kenyon Lane

Welcome to our new Incredible Edible Prestwich site. It’s a garden along the space, or ginnel, in between Bedford Street and Kenyon Lane. A ginnel garden demonstrates how a community can work together to work on a small area and…

Permaculture sessions

We’re partnering with Stephen Jones of the North West Permaculture Network to run a series of sessions to help you on your permaculture journey. Whatever stage you’re at, whether beginner or experienced, these free sessions are for you.

Prestwich Clough Forest Garden’s 10th Birthday Party

Join us to Celebrate our Forest Garden’s 10th Birthday on Sept 18th from 1pm to 5pm. There will be tours of the forest garden, herbal teas with ingredients from the garden and children’s activities,

Our £100 forest garden – Celebrating 10 years

We’re Mike and Debbie and together we manage the Incredible Edible forest garden in Prestwich. It’s a hidden gem near Prestwich Clough and this year it’s 10 years old. To mark this milestone,  we’d like to reflect on what it…

Philips Park Incredible Forest Garden

January 2018: After the success for the last 7 years of Prestwich Clough Forest Garden we are embarking on a second one at Philips Park. An edible woodland will emerge in an area which was opened out after an old…

5 year progress update

It’s a wild and windy January evening and the forest garden is resting but thoughts of the season to come prompt me to post an update (I know, I should do this more often and pledge to do so!). It’s…

Prestwich Clough Forest Garden

The aim of a forest garden is to grow food and other useful plants and trees in a woodland setting. It is set in 2 acres of council owned land at the edge of Prestwich Clough. The area was once…