Workshops |Open Sessions | Events
A programme of growing, learning and sharing activities, including open sessions, and workshops, themed around local (climate-friendly) food, wildlife-friendly food growing and climate action.
Grow Food, Eat Well
Join us for 12 monthly workshops on local food, food growing and climate action
10am – 2.30pm
Families come together in the school holidays to explore and learn.
10am – 12pm
A chance to learn a range of skills to help us grow.
10am – 2pm
at Kymin Community Gardens & West House Community Garden
A chance to get together to tend the gardens.
West House sessions run every Monday from 10am – 12pm.
Kymin Community Gardens – dates to be confirmed.
Bethan from Welsh Wild Food will guide us through the wild food we find locally.
Seed & Plant Exchange
We’ve teamed up with Friends of Victoria Square to bring you this event as part of the Food Vale Festival.
In September, we will bring together a range of local groups, producers and growers together to showcase all things local food and climate action.
Saturday 17th September | 10.30am – 1.30pm
A chance to get together to share our experiences of local food, food growing and climate action.
Saturday 23rd April 2022
Good to Grow Day Celebration.
We invite members of our Growing Together Network and our followers and volunteers to join us in the garden, sharing our experiences of food growing in rich conversation. Plus time in the garden learning about plants and seeing what we are doing in the Kymin grounds. An excellent time for anyone who hasn’t been before to come along and join in.
Sunday 24th July
Penarth Open Gardens
Visit West House Community Garden. Find out what we are growing and how we are aiming to be climate savvy gardeners, growing food with nature, for the planet.
Saturday 19th November
Penarth Green Spaces Network Gathering.
We invite all involved in our community growing spaces to join us for for a show & tell. Learn about local projects, plus let’s talk about working together as we all go about growing in our communities. All the work we do amounts to a considerable amount of climate action, so let’s talk about that too.