Stopsley Community Garden is officially open

Stopsley Village celebrated the official opening of a new community garden on June 26th. Rachel Hopkins, MP for Luton South, and Cllr Mahmood Hussain, Mayor or Luton, cut the ribbon to declare the garden open. Developed over the course of the last 18 months by local volunteers, the garden is hosted by Stopsley Baptist ChurchContinue reading “Stopsley Community Garden is officially open”

Garden the streets of Luton!

Luton Council is inviting local groups to grow fruit, vegetables and bee-friendly plants on public land. The scheme, called ‘Garden the Town’, launched this month and offers a simple application process for people wanting to transform council-owned land around them into vibrant public gardens. Help is also available with how to get started, and evenContinue reading “Garden the streets of Luton!”

The Edible Luton website

The number of growing spaces in Luton is expanding. As part of the Luton Food Plan, there is new investment being directed to growing spaces. We felt it was time to create an online presence that celebrates and promotes Luton’s various community gardens, pop-up vegetable patches, orchards and allotments. Check in again soon to findContinue reading “The Edible Luton website”