our garden is now open again
It's lovely to see members enjoying the garden again. And to ensure we remain open, we ask you all to respect the latest regulations to help keep us all safe.
Respecting the virus is respecting the community.
GARDEN RULES DURING COVID-19
A total number of 10 people are allowed in the garden at any one time
You must sign the log in book on entry and departure. (It’s in the plastic tub by the gate)
You must not enter if you are unwell, infected, under quarantine, or awaiting test results
Gloves must be worn on entry and only taken off when leaving
After use, you must wipe down tools with antibacterial wipes (the wipes are in the plastic tub – please use sparingly and take used wipes home with you or place in the park bin)
You must strictly observe social distancing of 1.5m at all times
Welcome to Blairgowrie Community Garden.
Thank you for visiting the website of the Blairgowrie Community Garden.
We are an enthusiastic bunch of local residents brought together by Anne van Veen and her vision to establish a garden that the local community can enjoy and benefit from. We're all volunteers, who came together back in 2018 to convert some unused council land into a community garden.
We run fundraising events and have been generously supported by local businesses, community groups and individuals. We've also benefitted from government grants, local and federal for which we are very grateful. The local Men's Shed have also helped build some of the structural things in the garden and done a great job. The garden is thriving and all produce from the garden is shared among members. We have community garden beds - no private plots.