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The Lincolnshire Master Gardener network is an exciting  partnership managed by national charity, Garden Organic.

We’re very grateful to the following partners for their kind support of local volunteer Master Gardeners. Please click here to get involved.

Lincolnshire County Council
The Council’s new Public Health Directorate has continued to support the hard work of the Master Gardener network in Lincolnshire. This follows two successful years of activity funded through the Health and Well-Being Fund; a joint programme funded by NHS Lincolnshire and Lincolnshire County Council.  
We are pleased and excited to be working so closely with Lincolnshire Country Council on this important health initiative. Moreover, the Master Gardener programme has and continues to work closely with all the district councils in Lincolnshire, as below.  

 

In your area

Boston Borough Council
Have established several exciting community gardens since spring 201 – supported by Master Gardeners, including Boston Mayflower, Central Park, and others throughout the Borough. Part of their wider programmes:

  • Incredible Edible Boston
  • Grow2Eat
  • Cook2Eat

All promote healthy eating among local residents, including cooking courses.

 

East Lindsey District Council
Started several community gardens since spring 2011 – supported by Master Gardeners, including Teddar Hall, Mablethorpe Community Garden and Louth. Part of their wider programme:

  • Seed to Plate – East Lindsey

Promoting healthy eating habits among local residents. Further details to be announced.

 

West Lindsey District Council
Started several community gardens in Autumn 2011 supported by Master Gardeners. Part of their wider programme:

  • Seed to Plate – West Lindsey

Promoting healthy eating habits among local residents.

 

North Kesteven District Council
Started several community gardens in spring 2012 supported by Master Gardeners across the District.

Community gardens are part of their wider programmes which all promote healthy eating among local residents, including cooking courses.

 

 

South Kesteven District Council
Through Incredible Edible SK, have developed several community gardens since spring 2012, supported by Master Gardeners, across the District.

Community gardens are part of their wider programmes which all promote healthy eating among local residents, including cooking courses.

 

 

South Holland District Council
Have started several community gardens since spring 2012, supported by Master Gardeners, around the District.

Community gardens are part of their wider programmes which all promote healthy eating among local residents, including cooking courses.

 

 

Lincoln City Council 
Have an exciting network of community growing sites supported by Green Synergy and other organisations.

We are pleased to be able to work alongside all Lincoln partners.

 

 

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