The Cornwall Community Food and Composting project has now re-branded … Continue reading
If you can’t attend one of our seasonal community workshops on making compostable xmas decorations, we have a short DIY instruction sheet for you to download and help you create your own ‘green’ wreath.
Cornwall Community Food and Composting project is running a series of seasonal workshops throughout Cornwall, during the run up to Christmas. One of the activities at these events, is the creation of Compostable Xmas decorations, which will involve making a wreath … Continue reading
Room to grow is a short film which captures the many different associations that people have with growing and gardening. The film is in two parts. The first part describes the Growing Together Project, a community growing project based in … Continue reading
There is an opportunity next Friday morning (19/10/12), from 10 am to lunchtime, for Bodmin, Wadebridge and China Clays Compost Mentors. To join other horticultural beneficiaries of the Cornwall Community Food and Composting project (CCFC) as well as catch-up with fellow Compost Mentors at: … Continue reading
Beneficiaries from the Cornwall Community Food and Composting Project in the Falmouth area, have been meeting to discuss growing and composting. Although it has been a challenging growing season, there were some successful crops produced by the group, there was … Continue reading
A national survey carried out last year showed that even though the numbers on waiting lists has dropped slightly, there is still a high demand for allotments and there seems to have been little increase in supply of local allotments.
A networking and training event is being held on June 16th at the Tamar Valley Centre, near Gunnislake to celebrate the work of the Cornwall Community Food and Composting Project. … Continue reading
Here’s a list of community events and activities being co-ordinated by the Growing Together project in the China Clay area. Click on attached programme below.
A national survey carried out last year showed that even though the numbers on waiting lists has dropped slightly, there is still a high demand for allotments.