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Tarland Community Gardens

 

Tarland Community Garden

Description

Tarland Community Gardens opened in 2013 and is a Tarland Development Group project. It provides an inclusive and accessible community growing space for local residents. It has indoor (polytunnel) and outdoor raised beds for rent plus communal planting areas including a soft fruit cage, fruit trees, and a herb garden. The community bee group also manages a hive at the site. It is a place for members to grow produce, learn, share and have fun.

Directions

Take the B9094 from Aboyne or the A96 and B9119 from Aberdeen. Arriving at the village square the gardens will be clearly signposted.

Garden Openings

Saturday 23 September 12:00pm - 4:00pm

Admissions

£3.00, accompanied children free, homemade teas £3.00

Beneficiaries

Tarland Development Group receives 40%, the net remaining to SG Beneficiaries

Features & Catering

  • Disabled Access
  • Home-made teas available.
  • Plant stall

Other Details

The garden is open as part of the Tarland Food and Music Festival, a weekend of concerts, talks, workshops and food. To see the programme and find out what is going on see
www.facebook.com/TarlandFoodMusicFest/.

Contact

The Gardeners of Tarland
Aboyne
AB34

Location

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