Granton Community Gardeners

Granton Community Gardeners: Local people growing, cooking and eating food together.

We are a community led charity based in North Edinburgh.

We create and cultivate community gardens, host community meals and events, support anyone in the area who wants to grow food, and think creatively about how best to make sure everyone in our area is fed well.




Open to all, children with a responsible adult.

Dress for the weather.

Beginners and experts welcome.

Come and join in with a range of seasonal gardening tasks. Help look after the community garden, and grow food for the community. (everyone helping gets a share of the harvests).

You can also get a free hot community lunch around 1.30pm see below for details.

If you're new, ask for Lisa, Tom or Claire.

Outdoor Cooking Club (women only) and Community Lunch (all welcome!) Every Wednesday at the garden!



Freshly baked sourdough bread and treats.

Loaves are sold: ‘pay what you can afford’. Everyone should be able to eat real bread!

Pay what you can, support us if you can.

Come to the window at the back of Pilton Community Health Project (EH5 2PW), see also map:

A BIG THANK YOU to everyone who filled in our Spring Survey about what we should prioritise this year and our asset transfer. The results are here.

If you live in North Edinburgh and are experiencing hardship, we recommend calling the Freshstart helpline: 0131 356 0220. They can provide free confidential advice on how to make sure you're getting all the benefits you're entitled to, and direct you to emergency help if you need it.


Granton Community Gardeners is a SCIO, registered charity number: SC047087