Has your vegetable garden been overrun with tomatoes, yet you’ve failed to grow a single successful cucumber? Is your gooseberry bush full to bursting, whilst your strawberry plants are looking a bit pathetic? Or do you simply have more rhubarb than you know what to do with?
If this rings true for you, you should come along to Frampton Cotterell Parish Council’s Community Produce Share at the Brockeridge Centre!
Our produce share is intended to help local people share the surplus produce they grow with the community – and take home part of other people’s surplus for yourselves, too!
Produce sharing between neighbours is always a great way to pool community resources, but with the current cost of living crisis, such community pulling-together has become even more vital. Our Community Produce Share project aims to enable more people to have access to a variety of healthy, locally grown fruits and vegetables, and to help cut down on food waste.
If you have any produce you would like to donate, or if you would like to come and collect some produce that has been donated by others, please come to the Brockeridge Centre during our opening hours (Monday to Friday, 9am to 2pm).
To find out more, please get in touch with us via email at email@example.com or by phone on 01454 864 442.