Welcome to the Edible Cutteslowe project

Growing Food, Growing Community

Edible Cutteslowe is all about growing vegetables and fruit sustainably and locally. In the process, we hope to build community and have fun. It’s simple.  You grow some vegetables or fruit that you invite other people to forage.

We’re an informal group based in Cutteslowe, North Oxford, that started thinking about this idea towards the end of 2020. We’re hoping that it offers some hope, positivity and connection in the face of the challenges that Covid-19 has brought.

There will be a vegetable bed in Cutteslowe Park to act as a focal point for the project, as well as some other communal beds that organisations are developing in the local area. We’re also hoping that lots of people will decide to take part at home and plant some seeds and put the plant outside their door or in their front garden.

How to Get Involved

There are a few ways to get involved. You can sow some seeds this spring—in a pot or patch of ground outside the front of your flat or house—and then, when the produce is ready to harvest, just put a sign up letting other people know they can help themselves. We’ll be putting up some ideas and instructions about how to get planting and how to make a sign soon.

Or, get in touch with us to help look after one of the community patches of vegetables and fruit being grown around the neighbourhood.


Cutteslowe Horticultural Therapy and Garden Centre

One thought on “Welcome to the Edible Cutteslowe project

  1. Hello from all the staff at the garden centre .,
    We are all looking forward to getting planting on the veg bed in the park and the New Allotment.


    Noel and the Team


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