Events Good to Grow

Spring into action: An event to launch Good to Grow Days of Action 2021

Webinar Wednesday 24 February 2021 10:00 11:30

Join us for a chance to virtually meet up with other growers across the Good to Grow and Capital Growth networks to discuss key themes. We will also be launching Good to Grow Day 2021, 23-26 April; a weekend to celebrate community growing spaces across the country.

Credit Zoe Warde Aldam

Credit Zoe Warde Aldam



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Accompanying Slides 

Sow the City Let's Grow PrestonGood to Grow launch


A networking opportunity for gardens and networks within Good to Grow and Capital Growth. The session will cover the following themes:

  • Engaging young people with Grow2Know
  • Keeping communities connected and engaged remotely with Kieron McGlasson, Sow the City
  • Employment and training pathways with Annie Wynn, Let's Grow Preston
  • Black Rootz with Arlene McKenzie,  Ubele

This webinar will also run through the plan for both virtual and physical celebrations for the Good to Grow days of action happening on 23-26 April this year. Registration for this event will open after the webinar where registrant will be able to access lots of free resources to support the local celebrations.

There will be an opportunity at the end of the webinar to join facilitated break out discussions covering the same themes in more detail, with a chance to share your own exerperiences.

Published Wednesday 24 February 2021

Good to Grow: Good to Grow Day is all about getting people involved in their local community garden. We hold national events across the UK that aim to raise the profile of community gardens and encourage more people to take part.

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