Incredible Edible
Incredible Edible is a national network of community groups, which have been inspired to plant vegetables in unloved plots and vacant spots in their Community. Community is at the very heart of Incredible Edible’s work and growing patches are edible attractions to get people talking. From its inception, Incredible Edible sought to show how people can transform their own landscapes and turned disused plots into abundant sources of healthy food. Check out the map on our notice board (outside Judges) to see the location of our planters.
Helping Hands have started to get a scheme going in our parish. With the help of some seed funding (sorry for the pun) from the Sussex Community Foundation Grant, the parish council and some Sterling efforts from our handy villagers and the Darvell community, we got going. We have had a great community planting day in the pouring rain in May, where about 30 brave souls turned up to waterproof, fill, plant and place planters around the village.  
Over the summer there will be another planting day and we have plans for recipes, cooking demos and hopefully a harvest party in the late summer. The primary school have been involved and are planting 240 sunflower seeds at the school and across the village.
The Community College garden will also be devoting some time to growing vegetables. We hope it will spark conversations, bring the community together through the shared love of food and create some fun In the village.
Incredible Edible
Incredible Edible is a national network of community groups, which have been inspired to plant vegetables in unloved plots and vacant spots in their Community. Community is at the very heart of Incredible Edible’s work and growing patches are edible attractions to get people talking. From its inception, Incredible Edible sought to show how people can transform their own landscapes and turned disused plots into abundant sources of healthy food. Check out the map on our notice board (outside Judges) to see the location of our planters.
Helping Hands have started to get a scheme going in our parish. With the help of some seed funding (sorry for the pun) from the Sussex Community Foundation Grant, the parish council and some Sterling efforts from our handy villagers and the Darvell community, we got going. We have had a great community planting day in the pouring rain in May, where about 30 brave souls turned up to waterproof, fill, plant and place planters around the village.