Incredible Edible Bristol, Grow Bristol and Bee The Change are collaborating on an exciting project that is bringing food growing to the centre of the city. You will see a trail of food growing spaces springing up as you walk from Platform 3 at Temple Meads past the council offices at 100 Temple Street and along Redcliffe Way to Millennium Square. Its aim is to inspire and educate – showing that food growing can be, and is, relevant in the urban landscape, as well as to provide free food for people and pollinators. Take a look at the most recent #UrbanFoodTrail Map above (which will be updated as more gardens appear) and find out what’s planted where and when to harvest.
June 11th: Urban Growing Trail Opening
At Engine Shed, from 2-5pm, Incredible Edible Bristol and Grow Bristol, collaborating partners on the Urban Growing Trail, will be holding an afternoon where you're invited to come along and see the Grow Bristol aquaponics pod as well as see some of the Urban Growing Trail gardens.
The team looks forward to seeing you and talking to you about the trail, how it came about as well as their hopes for how it will progress into the future and help both communities and businesses engage with urban food production as we move forwards as a city.