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We Love … No Dig Gardening

Why No Dig? Well, apart from the obvious of not having to do some back-breaking work, no dig makes it possible to enjoy a beautiful and productive garden, full of wildlife with mixed plantings and healthy soil. No Dig makes soil more fertile, plants healthier and helps reduce weed problems […]

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We Love … Hazel Nuts

You might think that this is a little early to be picking hazel nuts but; picked early in the season, when they’re still green, the shelled nuts make a tasty nibble to munch on while you’re out walking. If you collect enough, the shelled nuts can be roasted in the […]

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Transformation at Ayton

Thanks to the amazing team of volunteers who have turned a corner of a weedy, stony field into an abundant food forest garden! Just have a look at this video presentation!

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Support healthy food at Eyemouth ELC

During the school holidays we have been helping support Eyemouth Good Food Partnership in delivering healthy meals to the Early Learning Centre. Thanks to staff, NHS Healthy Living Network and especially Kerry and the amazing, talented, generous team at Oblo. As you can see, the youngsters had great fun helping […]

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July in the Ayton Community Food Garden

The Ayton Community Food Growers took part in the training course in Eyemouth this month but still had time to do all of this!!

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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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July in the Hawick Community Food Garden

This month started with a tidy up … and went on to be a month full of abundance ….. …and rain! Thank goodness for the polytunnel! And the month finished with a much needed spruce up to one of the walls! Thanks to everyone who is helping to create a […]

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Salad Bar – Open

Together with our partners Jarvis Pickle (of award winning pie fame!) we have created four large raised beds packed full of herbs and salads. Situated right outside their premises, there are lots of different herbs and salads for people to help themselves. Chief Officer Karen Birch said, “buying small packets […]

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The Rotary Club of Eyemouth & District

Karen Birch, Joint Chief Officer, was the guest speaker at Rotary Eyemouth on July 18th, outlining the role played within the community by Abundant Borders.

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Residents buzzing at the thought of a new sensory garden for Duns

Press release, Berwickshire Housing Association Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) is proposing to transform a vacant piece of land into a vibrant sensory garden for Community Integrated Care residents at Station Court in Duns. As the result of a competition involving the Station Court residents, the new garden will be named […]

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