Community Garden


The land behind Wycliffe URC is our Land Learning Centre and Permaculture demonstration site that is run with our partner organisation GraceWorks.

The site has a lot of development to do but we already have:

  • Outdoor organic growing

  • Accessible raised beds

  • 2 poly-tunnels

  • Bee hives

  • Forest garden

  • Soft fruit cage

  • Aquaponics system

  • Barrel oven

  • Eating area

We are always looking for people to help so do get in contact if you would like to be involved.

Come down on Tuesdays between 10am - 2pm to find our more about the garden.

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Sow, Grow, Harvest, Eat

Tuesdays 9:30 - 12:00

We will be carrying out seasonal gardening tasks and harvesting our produce for use in the kitchen. No previous experience necessary and no need to book.


Hot drinks available all morning. Followed by free soup, bread and cake at the Place of Welcome.


All tools and gloves provided. Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear. Session suitable for all ages and abilities.

For further information and to let us know your coming email Sam at:


Intro to Permaculture

18 & 19 January 2020

A weekend course learning from natural systems to help us to create beautiful, functional spaces and design our lives in turbulent times.

During this weekend course, we will be learning to design our future based on the three ethics of:

  • Caring for the Earth

  • Caring for People

  • Fair distribution of surplus.

This is a friendly, interactive course - no death by PowerPoint.

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Bee Keeping Club

Thursday Evenings

In Evington we have three beehives that are in a netted area so that you can observe in safety.

Bees can be kept anywhere, from country orchards to urban gardens to small city balconies. It is a common misconception that you need a large garden or countryside nearby. Although this can make siting your bees easier, urban gardens are arguably better. Nectar and pollen can be gathered from a wide variety of plants.

The Bee Club will start again in the spring when the bees are active.