Wednesday 7 January 2015

Events 2015

Wassail 7th Feb (12-3)

Free family fun event. Come and celebrate the new season with fun, colour and dance.

The Feed Bristol Mummer will be putting on a play to bless the trees and the new year.
Morris dancers, bands and hot refreshments from the cafe.

Come and explore the site and find out about our new volunteer and Grow Leader opportunities.

Thursday 3 April 2014

Can you spare a minute for the 'Feed Bristol Feedback Survey'?

Please fill in our 'Feed Bristol Feedback Survey'!
Avon Wildlife Trust's  Feed Bristol project would not have been such a huge success without all your support. We are asking all those who have participated what they have gained from the project and how they would like to see it evolve. This participation will be invaluable in developing future plans that will see Feed Bristol grow and evolve into a flourishing self-sustaining project that can continue to support Bristol and its many communities in wildlife conservation and sustainable food growing.

Please click on the link below:
Many Thanks for your time...

Friday 28 March 2014

Our lovely Stag created by Mike Hartley

Some beautiful photos of our stag created by the very talented Mike Hartley. Come along to our work weekend on the 5th April and have a look.
Mike will be with us running an activity on May 10th when we hold our Land and Food Forum event and he will also be running a willow sculpture course on 24th May. Mike is available for commissions, so if you'd like one of these quirky willow beasts in your green space, please get in touch.

Wednesday 19 March 2014

Call for Volunteers

Things are starting to get busy here on the Feed Bristol site and we'll be looking for some new Spring time volunteers!

We would ideally like some new Friday (9.30am-4pm) and Saturday (12pm-4pm) Volunteers and Grow Leaders.

If you think you have some skills to share or some time to spare then come on down to the site on either of those days and let us know. We'll get you settled and explain all you need to know. It's a lovely environment and the weather is on the up, so it's a great reason to get outside and involve yourself in some rewarding community work.

We hope to meet some of you soon,

Friday 21 February 2014

Map and location details!

Since we are preparing for the new season and planning plenty of great events this year, we thought we would share this little map with you! Hopefully it gives you a decent idea of where the site is located and it gives details of the buses that stop right outside the Feed Bristol site.

Postcode - BS16 1HB

Friday 14 February 2014

Edible Futures Nursery Course

Just a reminder that Edible Futures will be holding an excellent Nursery Course on the Feed Bristol site. It's a great, in depth course teaching you how to grow your own edible plants for exchange or sale. Spaces are limited so please see the event details for prices and booking.

Click here to see full details of this event on facebook.

Monday 10 February 2014


Here at Feed Bristol we like to focus on maintaining wildlife as well as growing great food and staying active outdoors. We know how important a healthy ecosystem is when it comes to maintaining our country’s healthy organic landscape, which is why we always look for wildlife friendly methods of growing. With recent reports on the declining numbers of bees and other pollinators, we have decided to focus a lot of this year’s work on pollinator plants and wildflowers.

Wildflowers are a great way to add vibrancy and colour to your garden whilst attracting pollinators and ultimately supporting a healthy ecosystem. Indigenous wildflowers not only benefit the environment and support our ecosystems; they also have some health benefits for us. A lot of wildflowers are edible and can be added to salads, teas, jams and various other recipes to give them a unique flavor. Wildflowers are often fairly nutritious as they are usually rich in nectar and pollen, which contain various vitamins and minerals such as iron and calcium. The flowers, buds and leaves of various garden and wildflowers are also rich in vitamins and minerals, making them a fun, quirky and fairly inexpensive way to give your body a health boost. 

Keep an eye on our Facebook page and Feed Bristol blog page for some unique ideas and recipes for wildflowers, as well as tips on how to grow and maintain a self-sustaining living landscape.