ecobirmingham has extensive experience working with communities to create thriving community gardens that allow people to share and develop food growing skills whilst enjoying a healthier diet and lifestyle and living alongside nature. The original Northfield Ecocentre garden is now run by a home-schooling network. Masefield and Allens Cross regularly win RHS awards at levels 4 and 5. Allens Cross also hosts Bee Mindful a beekeeping educational area. If you’re interested in starting your own, why not find out about the support we can give you as part of our Power2Grow project.
We provide a range of opportunities for getting involved as a user, volunteer or partner. Find out about our regular sessions and one-off courses, workshops and events below.
For more information and to find out how we can help you, contact us on
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Allens Cross Community Garden
We run regular ‘grow your own’ sessions at Allens Cross Community Centre on Tuesdays and Fridays 10am-3pm. For more information and to get in touch with them visit their website here and their facebook page here.
Masefield Community Garden
The site has a composting toilet, polytunnel, a fruit tree nursery and earth oven and holds regular events across the year as well as some our Green Generations projects. A regular session at Masefield Community Garden runs on Wednesdays 10am-1pm with the Friends group. Visit the Masefield Community Garden facebook page here.
Bee Mindful was set up in 2017 with support from Central England Co-Operative and based at Allens Cross Community Centre Gardens. The project demonstrates natural bee-keeping and aims to teach school children about bees and other pollinators and their connection to what we grow in the garden and eat. Visit the Bee Mindful facebook page here.