Community-led Food Growing

We’re in the process of identifying and mapping community-led food growing and production initiatives in Tayside to create a publicly accessible map. The long term aim is to find out what provision is out there and identify support required to strengthen the network.

The background of our project, originated from the ‘Feeding Tayside Through The Climate Crisis’ conference held in March 2023. The conference identified various interventions, including the need to map community, regenerative, and organic food producers in Tayside. This initiative also aligns with Tayside’s response to The Good Food Nation Act, involving a working group with representatives from diverse stakeholder groups. Check out more details here: Feeding Tayside Through The Climate Crisis.

Perthshire Organic Gardeners

The Perthshire Organic Gardeners or POG as we call ourselves, founded in 2003, we are an informal group of like minded gardeners and one of a growing number of  groups dedicated to sustainable and organic gardening. We meet regularly at various venues around the county. Meetings usually involves food and lots of discussion. You can…

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South Perth Community Garden

South Perth Community Partnership run the South Perth Community Garden for community use. There are organic gardens for the general public, community groups and schools. There are 30 raised beds and allotment plots available to be rented. You can find out more via Facebook or You can find out more HERE  

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North Perth Allotments Association

Location of the Allotment The allotment site is centrally located in Perth and easily accessible by public transport. It is situated just off Crieff Road in Tulloch, on the ‘Old Bowling Green’, behind the Community Centre and the Tulloch Institute. The Allotment consists of 14 plots, including 6 full size and 8 half size plots, this…

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Dupplin Trust Allotments

Dupplin Estate is a family run estate based 5 minutes west of Perth. Dupplin provides allotment plots on the southern edge of Perth. These sought after plots provide an ideal environment to support bio diversity through growing your own fruits and vegetables. You can find out more via Facebook or You can find out more…

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Allotment Plus Perth City

Allotment Plus is part of the PLUS group. PLUS is a member-led mental health charity and social movement in Perth and Kinross. PLUS began in Perth 2002 with a small group of people who had used local mental health services meeting under the direction of Perth Association for Mental Health. PLUS became a charity and…

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Kinloch Terrace Allotments

We’re a community-led charity keeping useful household items in circulation by running a Swap Shop in Garth Ave, Letham. We also run two allotment sites, Kingswell Terrace allotments and Kinloch Terrace Allotments. Comes under the Letham Climate Change charity. Charity Registration No: SC043272 . You can find out more via Facebook or You can find…

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Kingswell Terrace Allotments

We’re a community-led charity keeping useful household items in circulation by running a Swap Shop in Garth Ave, Letham. We also run two allotment sites, Kingswell Terrace allotments and Kinloch Terrace Allotments. Comes under the Letham Climate Change charity. Charity Registration No: SC043272 You can find out more via Facebook or You can find out…

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Horner’s Plot

PLUS began in Perth 2002 with a small group of people who had used local mental health services meeting under the direction of Perth Association for Mental Health. PLUS became a charity and company in 2009 and since that time has been governed by a board of 5-8 trustees. PLUS remains member- led and is... View More

Highland Perthshire Communities Land Trust

The Highland Perthshire Communities Land Trust (HPCLT) is a Scottish Charity (Scottish Charity Number SC032801) and a Scottish Guarantee Company (Company Number SC227934). The inaugural meeting of the HPCLT was held on 27th March 2002. Access is freely available to anyone, member or not – as detailed under the 2003 Access law. Under the law people…

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