Bolton Urban Growers in Pictures 2015

Ian and Dave getting to grips with the large raised beds.

Ian and Dave getting to grips with the large raised beds.

Wayne planting winter crops @ willow hey

Wayne planting winter crops @ willow hey

 Big Phil showing off the grape crop from Willow Hey

Big Phil showing off the grape crop from Willow Hey

Mint sauce: Made in Farnworth from Willow Hey mint

Mint sauce: Made in Farnworth

Cooking Lancashire food with Congolese folk

Cooking Lancashire food with Congolese folk

Me working one of our new Growers

Me with one of our new Growers from the Congolese community

Jean serving up Tayta Ash @ Willow Hey winter party.

food growing session @ Longsight House

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Willow Hey Hub coming along nicely

Martins Leek Crop

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New Polytunnel @ Willow Hey

new beds for Red Lane site

Palestinian hospitality @ Willow Hey

Catherine's Boys filling bowls with soil and seeds.

Catherine’s Boys filling bowls with soil and seeds.

Some of Martins spud crop

Mint sauce: Made in Breightmet!

Breightmet kids grow spuds

grown in Breightmet, eaten in Breightmet

grown in Breightmet, eaten in Breightmet

Fruit foraging with Beechcroft growers.

Fruit foraging with Beechcroft growers.

Landrover Dave and Ian with their raised beds.

Landrover Dave and Ian with their raised beds.

Showing us the courgettes she had grown

Willow Hey spuds, free for the local community

Breightmet food Hub, 50 people fed

Congolese women prepare traditional dish in Breightmet.

the Women of Cawdor estate, ready to grow!

Charlotte with Breightmet grown produce

Charlotte with Breightmet grown produce

Great Lever growers garden.

Great Lever growers garden.

One of our New younger Breightmet Growers

Alan of Red Lane tending his plot

Alan of Red Lane tending his plot

Princes Trust @ Willow Hey, well done and thanks!

Two of the women Growers of Cawdor Estate

Breightmet Food Hub, ready to grow!

Trev and Michelle our great Lever Growers

Trev and Michelle our great Lever Growers

Kids making seed bombs @ New Lane Ucan

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Mick tending to his garden

New Lane UCAN growing workshop

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