Scotswood Natural Community Garden

Scotswood Natural Community Garden

Scotswood Natural Community Garden was established in 1995 on the site of a school playing field at what is now part of Newcastle College's facilities at the John Marley Centre. The garden covers somewhere between two and three acres. Like all good gardens, Scotswood is a mix of different parts. 

Most of all, the garden is about people and they welcome visitors to enjoy the garden whenever they can. Volunteers are an active group at the garden who contribute to a wide range of tasks throughout the year. They also provide lots of activities for young people of all ages.

Thanks to funding from the Garfield Weston Foundation and Lloyds Bank Foundation, Curiosity Creative were asked to work with a group of volunteers and staff from the garden over a 2 month period to facilitate a digital storytelling project which captured stories about the benefits of the garden to those that access it. 

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