Foraging Walks

New Season of Foraging Walks to start from 26th March

Nat’s foraging walks are about to start again after a winter break. The first walk will be at 11.00am on Sunday 26th March starting from Smallcombe Nuttery: more informaton on the Foraging Bath Facebook page. Everyone is welcome, please just turn up, you don;t need to have been to one before or be an existing […]

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B&NES Council named winner of British Food Fortnight

Bath & North East Somerset Council has won the National British Food Fortnight competition for 2016. The programme of events which celebrated  British Food Fortnight  between the 17th September and 2nd October involved over 30 businesses, schools and the launch of a new online local food directory all contributed was the unanimous winner in this national […]

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Vegmead – under new management!

Vegmead, the veg garden we created in a circular flowerbed in Hedgemead Park in 2011, is now being looked after by a different group and is thriving. Earlier in the year, the Council’s Parks department asked us to improve the look of Vegmead and we replanted it, using plants we’d raised from seed or dug […]

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Bear Flat Community Market

Several Transition Bath core group members live in the Bear Flat area of Bath, and have been running a monthly community market in a church hall for the past three years.  The idea behind the market is to promote local food, to provide an outlet for people making delicious edibles at home and to act […]

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Transition Bath now has an allotment plot at Bloomfield Road

Transition Bath has four “guerrilla” community gardens, i.e. small unused spaces around Bath which have been planted up to grow fruit and veg. Each garden has a lead grower who looks after it and organises volunteer sessions, thus providing an awareness that fresh produce can be grown in small places and tastes delicious – yes, […]

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Bath Community Farm wins Soil Association Award

The Community Farm based in Chew Magna won a prestigious Soil Association BOOM 2016 award for the best Box Scheme in the Fresh Produce Section. Ped Asgarian, the farm’s Managing Director, who is also our Transport Group’s Convenor was at Borough Market in London to receive the award on behalf of The Community Farm (pictured) […]