Inspired by Veganuary, our Community Chef Iain McLellan reflects on his journey towards a new way of cooking.
In this blog we look at recipes, that can add a new lease of life to Scottish seasonal vegetables.
A summary from an event looking at support and advice to help Fife businesses and 3rd sector to increase sustainability, reduce energy use, food waste and operating costs.
Carol and Cap continue their series on why people come to the Walled Garden and what they find. Here is Alice’s story . . . WANTING ONE RESULT but getting another is common enough, but for volunteer Alice Brotchie and husband Roy Munton it all ended well – both for them and the Walled Garden. […]
Volunteer numbers are increasing in the Walled Garden as people find companionship, learn new skills – or just like being there. Six-year long volunteer Euan Wood, now a professional horticulturalist, got his volunteering start and indeed his gardening start at the Garden. His volunteering was a positive addition to his job applications leading eventually to […]
TWENTY YEARS of ‘hola’ in Spain to plain old ‘hello’ in Fife is the language journey for one of the Walled Garden’s new volunteers. Retired headteacher Ralph Chambers and his wife Helen returned last December to Kirkcaldy where Helen has family and where they visited during their retirement years in Spain. Health issues brought them […]