Peace, Diversity & Networking in Belfast ~ Registration Open

Peace and Diversity in Community Gardens

Registration is now open for the Peace and Diversity symposium and networking event being held in collaboration with the Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens on Saturday, 14th May 2016.

This is a Free event with lunch included so registration is essential. We hope to see you there to meet, share experience and gain some valuable information about a topic that’s relevant to all community gardens in Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Hope you can join the discussion. Looking forward to meeting you. For more information or to register click the image below.

Peace and Diversity in Community Gardens

Community Gardens: Seed Saving & Networking in Dublin

Our next Community Garden Networking Event and Workshop will be taking place in Ballymun, Dublin on Sunday, 18th October from 9.45 until 4.30 ish.

What’s on?

We have a great line up of people and topics, including a seed pollination, propagation and saving workshop, as well as discussions and chats about community gardening in general and supporting one another.

We’ll also be looking at the relationship between the Community Garden Network and other groups, bodies and NGOs involved with community gardening in Ireland and Northern Ireland.

We’ll be presenting on the All Ireland Pollinator Plan, Social Hops for Micro Breweries and Every Can Counts as well as generally getting to know one another better and talk about the community gardens we’re involved with.

This is a free event but if you have a bit of cash to spare, all donations gratefully received as they help us with the upkeep of the website and forum as well as to accommodate these networking events. Refreshments will be provided but if you can, bring a small lunch and a bit extra to share for a round table social meal.

If you’d like to join us, please email to register and for directions. Anyone interested in learning from one another and promoting community gardening welcome.

cgn poster Dublin Ballymun