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Abundant Borders is proud to be supported by

We are delighted that our project is supported by Scottish Government as part of the Good Food Nation initiative.
The Hawick Community Garden is supported by The People's Postcode Trust, a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of the
People’s Postcode Lottery.
The Hawick Community Garden is supported by by Awards 4 All. In particular, funding will allow us to teach people how to grow food sustainably and how to cook healthy, affordable meals.
Berwickshire Housing Association has provided the first development site at Ayton, a small village in the east Scottish Borders, a little inland from Eyemouth. We are also working to improve the residents garden at their housing complex at Linkim Court in Eyemouth.
We have engaged with Eyemouth Community Development Trust and we were pleased to be able to support community outcomes by holding the indoor parts of the training at SPLASH on Eyemouth Harbour.
Salvation Army
Abundant Borders are collaborating with The Salvation Army to turn the waste ground behind the Community Store on Hawick High Street into a productive food forest garden.
Borders Navigator
Borders Navigator, funded and supported by NHS Borders and Scottish Borders Council, connects people in Eyemouth and surrounding area to the many groups, projects, opportunities and events in the area.
Scottish Borders Council
We are in close collaboration with the Mental Health Team and the groups encouraging and co-ordinating volunteering opportunities in The Scottish Borders.
NHS Borders
Abundant Borders is collaborating with Eyemouth Good Food Partnership, managed by NHS Borders, to deliver the healthy eating strategy for Eyemouth. We are also engaged with the wider Good Food Network, particularly in Hawick.
We are working with Berwickshire Association for Voluntary Service (BAVS) to create a food forest in the walled garden behind the Eyemouth Charity Shop and collaborate with BAVS on a wide variety of community capacity building initiatives