Category: Open Space, Eyemouth

Summer Events at Eyemouth Community Garden

We held two events at the garden in August. The first was an introduction to all of the different types of salad vegetables that can be grown in The Borders, helping people ditch the boring old iceberg lettuce and choosing something a little more interesting! And we had a great […]

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Full Summer in Eyemouth Community Garden

This is the first season of growing at the Community Food Garden but the crops have been fantastic! Volunteers have taken food away and we’ve been able to make donations to Eyemouth Community Fridge! And we are really grateful to our colleagues at Berwickshire Connect Youth Project for the use […]

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July in the Eyemouth Community Food Garden

Once again we were helped along this month by the participants in the Permaculture Foundation Course. The tomatoes got their own mini greenhouse, made from reclaimed windows And were are grateful to Berwickshire Connect Youth Project for the use of their polytunnel to grow even more tomatoes! We planted 5 […]

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June in the gardens – Eyemouth

Progress this months has been boosted by the wonderful participants from the Permaculture Foundation Course. Thanks everyone! And we filmed a tour around the whole site which you can watch via the Facebook link, below

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Spring at Open Space

While the weather has been a little unpredictable, and very dry, we have started planting. And have put in some water collection in case summer ’19 is a sunny and dry as summer ’18 – we can but hope!

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March at Open Space

More progress in Eyemouth throughout March: Making raised beds Tree planting Getting the plot nice and tidy

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Great start

Day One at Abundant Borders Open Space, Eyemouth. Two raised beds mulched, 1 crazy paving path laid (ish) and plenty of tea and biscuits. Not a bad start. Thanks to Catherine, Josie, Shane and Karen.

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Breaking News

We are delighted that, starting formally at the start of February, we will be working with the Open Space Group in Eyemouth, helping to create abundance from their allotment. And thanks to SCVO and Scottish Borders Council for their support with this project.

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