Bath Area Growers: a network of community groups growing fruit and veg in and around Bath, Somerset, UK. We provide volunteering opportunities and training in horticultural skills. Our overall objective is to make fresh, local food available to our local communities.
Bath Organic Group: set up in 1986 to promote sustainable, local food production and organic gardening in and around Bath.
Dry Arch Growers: at the end of Holcombe Lane in Bathampton.
EcoJam Bath: Ecojam Bath is a free website for everything green and ethical in our city – discover and share jobs, events, news, and businesses.
Snow Hill: New Community Garden projects developing in local housing estate and on opposite side of Bath using APCG project as inspirational resource.
Local Council: Continued relationship with local council through our ward representative and the Parks and Gardens team who offer support and advice Managing Green Oak Barn Shelter as resource for the community –available to hire.
Larkhall Festival: We are also regular Participants of the Larkhall Festival Garden Trail.
National Campaign “Big Dig: all about getting people down to their local community garden to get growing. Whether you are new to gardening or an experienced gardener we need your help to make your local community garden grow.”
Alice Park Café: (sponsors) who will cater for the Timber Frame Students.
Local schools: who would like to use the garden as a resource for selected children without access to gardens.
Waitrose Supermarket: who has sponsored the garden and offered a volunteer group for a teambuilding exercise.
University of Bath: by instructing students in re-branding, social media and website design as part of their course-work including general publicity connected to the CS Pack. A direct result of Our Press release resulted in an award from the ‘Ward Councilor’s Initiative Scheme’.
Wild Things in the Garden: continuing as a social enterprise.
Radstock College: In 2014 we teamed up with Radstock College to facilitate maximum Community involvement in delivery of a beautiful, hand built, weather- proof space linking Alice Park and the Garden.