A nature-rich Avon
Feed Bristol is our inspiring six-acre wildlife gardening hub, where people and wildlife thrive in a productive setting. Explore our wildflower nursery, mix habitats demonstrating different techniques and a range of innovative community food growing businesses. You can buy plants, hire a room, volunteer, or join one of our courses or seasonal celebrations.
Weekdays and the first Saturday of the month (April to October)
Explore the wildflower nursery with a range of living seed banks on site. We sell native wildflowers grown in our nursery from responsibly collected seeds in our nature reserves. We can help you to select plants for a nature-rich garden, community project or landscaping scheme – just email us to enquire.
Host your birthday party, meeting or course in this unique venue. Book a space or the full site, for a few hours or a full day. Best of all - proceeds are ploughed back into Feed Bristol.
Spaces for hire include the roundhouse, barn, classroom, canvas structure, polytunnel, and forest glade. Or you can hire the full site, including kitchen facilities, barbecue, outdoor fire pit, willow circle, woodlands and meadow! We can accommodate small groups to up to 500 people for the whole site. Simply fill in our booking form and we’ll be in touch.
We offer opportunities for people of all ages to get outside and feel the benefits of being in nature, from toddler sessions, to school visits, to adult training programmes.
Grow Leader Course
Would you like a career inspiring people to engage with nature? Do you want to gain experience within the environmental sector?
We offer six-month Grow Leader Volunteer Placements for those who can offer two days a week, and a 12-week Grow Leader Course.
Learn about ecological land management, therapeutic wildlife gardening and organic food growing with a focus on developing projects where people and wildlife can thrive.
I would highly recommend the Grow Leader course for anyone who wants to know more about organic food growing, wildlife, ecology, and environmental conservation.
Find out about the volunteer placements at Feed Bristol and see how you can get involved.
Frequently asked questions
Can I volunteer at feed Bristol?
Of course! There are a few ways you can volunteer at Feed Bristol:
How do I get there?
What are the open times?
Weekdays 10am-4pm. You are welcome to drop in and explore the site whenever we are open.
For group visits, please book ahead.
Tours with a member of staff are available at £30 per hour.
For more information, get in touch: email@example.com