We're a network of Edible Gardens across Oxford, helping people across Oxford to set up their own edible gardens and learn to grow-their-own. Sign up to our 2019 training programme to get involved!
You can get involved with Edible Gardens by taking part in one of our network of community gardens across Oxford! Scroll down to find your nearest gardening opportunity.
Community Gardening Training Programme: Growing for all in Oxford
We are running a free training programme to support people to set up community gardens across Oxford as part of our Edible Gardens network. Join the growing revolution and help give back to the community by setting up a new garden!
Our gardens feed back into the local community by donating food to good causes and supporting other non-profits that focus on food sustainability. We think growing local, affordable fruit and veg should be available to all people in Oxford!
The programme features five training sessions, featuring a range of classroom-style learning, hands-on gardening experience, and the chance to connect with other people who are growing-their-own across Oxford.
Introduction to Edible Gardens
Designing your garden space
Gardening, Community and Activism
Planning your year
How to keep your garden growing
Participants in the programme will receive ongoing support and advice in managing their gardens, and have access to ongoing training and network events.
All of the gardens in our network are marked on the map below. Click on each garden to see when you can get involved!
Support with your application
Oxford Hub is committed to making our activities inclusive to all volunteers. We can make reasonable adjustments to application processes, training sessions, volunteering projects and other activities, and can reimburse expenses such as bus tickets. We also provide ongoing support for the volunteers we work with, so if you have particular accessibility needs, including special educational needs, please do get in touch at email@example.com and let us know how we can make the activity more accessible.