Recently added local projects

There are lots of permaculture influenced projects running in and around Oxford. Here are some of them. If you know of others, please contact us and tell us about them.

The derelict farm at Westhill in Shotover Country park has been demolished. A group is working to develop an exciting permaculture vision and working team to transform the space into a thriving community resource. Please check out- https://www.facebook.com/westhillfarmproject
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Abundance are scrumptastic.  They gather, distribute and process unused fruit into delicious jams and juices.  Have a look at their website for details of their lovely events and get in touch if you would like to get invoved, have surplus tasty produce or know of unpicked fruit.  
Overview Barracks Lane Community Garden is a community-run green space off the Cowley Road in Cowley/East Oxford. The garden is open for visitors to drop-in during weekends and regularly holds free events and workshops. With a range of facilities including a meeting space, tandoor and...
A new local food project based at the Earth Trust.  Cultivate delivers local produce in a van to community centres around Oxford. To find out more about where and when, please visit their web site. 
This a Climate Change focused community action group to reduced carbon emissions in East Oxford. 
The Oxford City farm is a charity working to establish a working community based farm in Oxford. It will be a venue for supporting the local community's food security and resilience, connecting with the food chain through education and practical farming.  If you are interested in supporting or...
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The derelict farm at Westhill in Shotover Country park has been demolished. A group is working to develop an exciting permaculture vision and working team to transform the space into a thriving community resource. Please check out- https://www.facebook.com/westhillfarmproject