Kitchen garden project in bloom!
We wish to thank Scotland Loves Local for their support in making our Community Kitchen Garden Project a reality.
Spearheaded by Chris Calder, a once-abandoned space between our two buildings has been transformed into a vibrant garden, complete with a Garden Shed, Poly tunnels, and various vegetable plots. The fruits of her labour are now being utilised in our Community Cafe.
For those who are interested in volunteering alongside Chris in the garden, Find out more here
From our garden to your plate
Tullibody Community Centre Kitchen Garden is incredibly beneficial to our community centre. Firstly, it allows us to have access to fresh, locally grown produce for our cafe, which is not only more nutritious but also more environmentally sustainable. Secondly, the garden serves as a place for our community to come together and work towards a shared goal, which promotes social connectedness and a sense of belonging.
As we work side by side in the garden, we have the opportunity to build relationships and share knowledge and skills with one another. Additionally, the garden serves as a space to teach children and community members about the importance of sustainable food production and environmental stewardship.
Take a peek inside our Garden
A long way to go
Ready for Planting
Fresh food for the Cafe