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Viewfield Garden Collective

Viewfield Garden Collective

This is a therapeutic garden project for adults at risk in Skye & Lochalsh. A peaceful and safe place offering social and learning opportunities ranging from horticultural skills to creative workshops.

Beautiful cut flowers from the garden. Pop in on Wednesday or Thursday and grab a bunch, along with some fresh fruit and vegetables. ... See MoreSee Less
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There's something different every week at this time of year. Come and get some fresh produce or cut flowers, and leave a donation to keep us growing. Open until 3.30pm today. ... See MoreSee Less
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Lots available today including strawberries and cut flowers. Open until 4pm next to Skye Shrubs. ... See MoreSee Less
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We have a couple of places available on our Herbal Walk on August 7th. This is an interactive event where you will be invited to sample some plants, teas, and tinctures. It's also a good opportunity to see the garden in full bloom. Email medicalherbalistskye@yahoo.com to book. ... See MoreSee Less
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Lots of fresh produce at the garden this week. Open today and tomorrow until 3.30pm ... See MoreSee Less
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We are looking for volunteers to join our team. Experienced gardeners are welcome but enthusiasm and a willingness to get your hands dirty will be enough (we do provide gloves). How many hours and how often is up to you. We'd also be happy to hear from anyone who is interested in providing help to volunteers with support needs. We'll be having a couple of open days soon so send us a message if you're interested. We're also recruiting Trustees- you can download an information pack for these roles from our website www.viewfieldgardencollective.org ... See MoreSee Less
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Fresh fruit and vegetables available at the garden. We're here until 4pm today and every Wednesday and Thursday 10am -3.30pm. ... See MoreSee Less
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Father and son, Terry and Chris, plant lupins beneath the cherry tree . The lupins not only fix nitrogen to the soil through the bacteria stored in nodules growing from their roots, but also adds towers of colour to our Sensory Trail. ... See MoreSee Less
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Some of our volunteers are exhibiting artwork at West Highland College, Portree. Come along and lend your support. Tea and biscuits on the opening night, and you get to meet the artists! ... See MoreSee Less
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The Viewfield Garden Collective welcome's Skye's Herbalist Jeanette Taylor, who will be hosting Herbal Walks on the dates shown below. If you are interested in exploring the folklore and use of herbs in healing, contact Jeanette on the details below. ... See MoreSee Less
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The public is welcome to walk around the garden from Friday – Tuesday. Due to Covid-19 concerns, we are open to volunteers only on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Please email admin@viewfieldgardencollective.org if you wish to arrange a visit or are interested in volunteering!